A recent announcement by Autosweep management and from the Toll Regulatory Board now requires motorists to set up an appointment before they can get their RFID installed on their cars. This was done after the initial extension of the fully cashless tolling system was further moved back to December 1, 2020. The move to push through with the online appointment system came from the long lines that would often form at installation locations to get an RFID. This was further compounded by the lack of space at these locations in order to properly observe social distancing between people. In order to adhere to the safety protocols of the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), a new system had to be put into place in order to allow motorists to get their RFIDs.
The shift to an appointment basis took effect on November 4, 2020, and will remain in effect until further notice. Autosweep management has, however, provided a link in which motorists can set an appointment for their enrollment and installation. However, expect the link to be unreachable at the moment as many have begun setting up their appointments online. If the link does manage to load expect to fill out a few forms that will require you to input your name, email address, and plate number for your vehicle.
The webpage itself will also require you to set a time, date, and place for your desired RFID enrollment and installation. Once this is completed, you will receive an email that will serve as your receipt. Make sure to take note of the reference number sent to your email as you will need to put it on the form that Autosweep staff will give you at your chosen installation station. We highly recommend that you get there before your chosen site opens to get a better position in the queue.
Expect to pay a minimum of P200 to serve as the maintaining balance or initial load for the RFID. Once you have paid the amount your RFID to go will be activated already and you can freely use it on the expressway.