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.

Previously, users had to register on the RFID webpage and wait for an invitation email from TNG before getting the sticker. Now, users can forgo the online registration process and head to the fitment centre without making prior appointments.

Users are required to bring along the original and one copy of their IC, driver’s license (or passport for non-Malaysians); a copy of vehicle ownership certificate or valid insurance cover note; authorisation letter from vehicle owner (if the Touch ‘N Go eWallet account holder and vehicle owner are different) along with the said vehicle.

The free RFID sticker will also be fitted at no charge, and will allow users to use the RFID toll lanes at selected highways in the Klang Valley area. The sticker is embedded with a radio frequency chip which will be pasted directly on to the vehicle's windscreen or headlamp.

Unique to each vehicle, the sticker is linked to the Touch ‘N Go eWallet app, where users can monitor their balance and top up credit via online banking and debit/credit cards.

Those interested can head to any of these venues from 10am to 10pm for the RFID stickers (available until stocks last):

Aeon Big Bukit Rimau, Shah Alam;
Aeon Big, Kepong;
Berjaya Times Square, KL;
Empire Shopping Gallery, Subang Jaya;
Sunway Velocity Mall, Cheras;
Tesco, Pusat Bandar Puchong;
Tesco Extra, Cheras;
Tesco, Setia Alam;
Tesco Bukit Tinggi, Klang

For more information, go to TNG's FAQ page.


   

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