Gov’t Agencies, Toll Expressway Concessionaires/Operators roll out Toll Rebate Program for Agri-trucks


The Toll Regulatory Board (TRB), Department of Finance (DOF), Department of Transportation (DOTr), and the Department of Agriculture (DA), in collaboration with the toll expressway concessionaires and operators of CAVITEX, NLEX, SCTEX, MCX and SLEX, officially launched the Agri-Trucks Toll Rebate Program. This program, which will take effect on June 1, 2024, allows DA-accredited truckers transporting agricultural goods/products to receive toll rebates equivalent to the recent enumerated toll increases. 

“This program aims to protect the welfare of the general public by minimizing the impact of toll rate increase on the overall inflationary situation to ensure the stability of food prices. The TRB, together with the different government agencies, acknowledges the toll expressway concessionaires and operators for their full support and cooperation as this will not be possible if they did not agree to implement this exemption,” said TRB Executive Director, Atty. Alvin A. Carullo

To qualify for the toll fee increase exemption, agri-trucks should be duly accredited by the Department of Agriculture (DA) and should have a valid Autosweep and/or Easytrip RFID accounts.

Enrollment Process:  

  1. Register RFID Account:
    1. For Easytrip RFID account holders (NLEX, SCTEX and CAVITEX users), visit:
      1. NLEX Balintawak Customer Service Center 
      1. CAVITEX Parañaque Customer Service Center 
    1. For Autosweep RFID account holders (SLEX and MCX users), visit:
      1. C5 Office
      1. Petron Commerce
      1. Petron KM 44 Northbound
      1. Calamba Customer Service Center
      1. SLEX Greenfields
      1. Southwoods Northbound
      1. Southwoods Southbound
      1. Sta. Rosa Northbound
      1. Sta. Rosa Southbound
      1. Star Toll Lipa Customer Service Center
      1. Tarlac Customer Service Center

2.   Submit/present requirements: 

  • Original Department of Agriculture (DA) accreditation certificate 
  • Copy of the vehicle’s OR/CR (Official Receipt/Certificate of Registration)
  • Valid ID
  • Easytrip/Autosweep card
  • Fill out the Agricultural Trucks Toll Fee Increase Exemption Form provided by the Customer Service Center personnel.​

Submitted documents will undergo a verification process within seven (7) working days. Enrollees will be notified of their enrollment status via their registered email addresses. 

Once approved, agri-truckers will enjoy a toll rebate that will be credited to their RFID accounts every Wednesday of the following week. As part of monitoring and to prevent abuse, spot checks will be conducted to ensure enrolled trucks are transporting agricultural goods/products. Non-compliance may result in disqualification from the program. 

The program will initially run for three months, subject to evaluation for possible extension. For queries on the DA accreditation process, agri-truck owners may call the DA Hotline (02) 8920-4072. 

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