Touch ‘N Go RFID tags now available for walk-ins


The free RFID sticker will also be fitted at no charge and can be used at selected highway tolls in the Klang Valley area.

It is now easier to be part of Touch 'N Go's RFID pilot test community in the Klang Valley.

Touch ‘N Go (TNG) is now accepting new users who walk in at nine selected fitment centers (see list below), where they can get their vehicles fitted with RFID for free.

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