January 21, 2022

M-tag made mandatory for travelling on M2

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M-tag made mandatory for travelling on M2

LAHORE Dec 07,2021- M-tag is made mandatory for travelling on M2, following the order of  Lahore High Court.

On the order of LHC, entry of vehicles without M-tag has been banned on Motorway M2 from December 7. Vehicles owners are turning to motorway entry points to get M-tags following the court order, but they complain that they have to travel long distances to get M-tags.

Stopping vehicles at toll plazas increases air pollution, so the Lahore High Court has ruled that after December 7, no vehicle will be able to come on motorways or highways without M-tag. If you have M-tag, you don’t have to wait for entry.

M-tag booths have been set up at toll plazas in major cities, where M-tags can be applied in just 5 minutes by showing the original CNIC and vehicle number or by showing the vehicle documents. There is no fee for tagging, only it is necessary to recharge.

A spokesman Motorway Police said in a statement that the decision would apply to all motorways joining the main Ravi Toll Plaza.

M-tag booths have been set up at toll plazas in major cities, where M-tags can be applied in just 5 minutes by showing the original CNIC and vehicle number or by showing the vehicle documents. There is no fee for tagging, only it is necessary to recharge.

What is M-Tag in Pakistan?

M-Tag is a prepaid Radio Frequency Identification (RFI) chip that is installed to the vehicle’s windscreen at the right corner. When any vehicle passing through moterway toll plaza, the scanner installed at the toll plaza automatically scan the passing vahicle and automatically deducts money – no need to wait in long queues to pay the toll tax.

For now M-Tag will be applicable only on Motorway M-2,

Required Documents for M-Tag

Go to the nearest Toll Plaza with your CNIC, and mobile phone number for getting M-Tag.

The number plate must be on the vehicle to get the M-tag.