Easytrip now offers stick-it-yourself RFID

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As part of its efforts in promoting cashless transactions, Easytrip Services Corporation, the exclusive electronic toll collection system provider of NLEX, SCTEX, CAVITEX and C5 Link Flyover, has recently launched its ‘Stick-it-Yourself Easytrip RFID’ to further practice social distancing protocols amid the pandemic. 

The program allows motorists to order their Easytrip RFID stickers online and have it delivered right at their doorstep. The package comes with an RFID positioning guide, user guide and an Easytrip card that customers can easily attach to their vehicle. 

Motorists can order their Easytrip RFIDs via online shopping platforms Lazada and Shopee for P500. Upon checkout, a code will be given that will be used in registering the RFID on this link. Users are reminded to specify their vehicle type and class while filling out the form.

However, Easytrip said that its stick-it-yourself RFID can only be installed on Class 1 vehicles.

Visit www.easytrip.ph/stickityourselfrfid.html for more details. 

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