No M-TAG, No Entry on Motorway After December 31, 2023

No M-TAG, No Entry

The National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP) has warned that after December 31, 2023, vehicles will not be allowed to enter the highway without M-TAG.

NHMP authorities took to social media to remind everyone of the December 31 deadline, writing, “No M-TAG, no entry.”

No M-TAG, No Entry on Motorway

This means that from January 1, 2024, vehicles without a valid M-TAG will not be allowed to enter highways such as Islamabad-Peshawar M-1, Lahore-Abdul Hakim M-3, Pindi Bhattian-Multan M-4, Multan-Sukkur M -5, Hakla-Dera Ismail Khan M-14, Hasan Abdal-Mansehra E-35 toll road and others.

However, there is no need to worry as the process of getting an M-TAG is very straightforward and does not take more than a few minutes.

How do I get M-TAG?

The easiest way to get an M-TAG for your vehicle is to visit a motorway toll plaza such as the M2 or M9. For smooth processing, start at the M-Tag issuing booth located at the edge of the Toll Plaza.

Required Documents for M-TAG

Make sure you have these documents with you when you receive your M-TAG:

  • CNIC
  • Vehicle Registration Book
  • Driving license

How to check M-TAG ID?

To check your M-TAG ID, use the One Network application or call 1313. Alternatively, you can send your M-TAG ID to 9909 by sending the following message: “Mtag CNIC Number.”

M-TAG Recharge Options

Power your M-TAG with several options, including:

  • Jazz Cash
  • EasyPaisa
  • UPaisa
  • One Network Mobile App
  • Main Service Areas
  • One Network Mobile App

How to check M-Tag balance?

Use the phone number 1313 or an One Network Application to conveniently check your M-TAG balance.

Also check: Driving License Fee in Punjab: Latest Update January 2024

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