Double toll without e-KYC; Extension of time till February 29 for drivers to update ‘FASTag’

FASTag Update: February 29 is the deadline for NHAI's KYC update in order to prevent deactivation

FASTag Update: February 29 is the deadline for NHAI's KYC update in order to prevent deactivation

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The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has given relief to motorists regarding ‘FASTag’. Those who have not yet updated ‘e-KYC’ of ‘FASTag’ have been given an extension till February 29.

‘FASTag’ for commuters, who have not updated e-KYC, will be deactivated. As a result, they have to pay double toll.

About 50 percent of motorists in Pune city and district have updated ‘e-KYC’ of ‘FASTag’. FASTag has to be linked with PAN card along with Aadhaar card while updating e-KYC.

‘FASTag’ was made mandatory for four-wheelers in the country from February 15, 2021 in order to reduce the congestion at the toll booths and not take too long for the toll.

To check whether the e-KYC of FASTag has been updated or not, login to fastag.ihmcl.com. After logging in with the registered mobile number and password or OTP, click on ‘My Profile’ on the dashboard and fill in the correct & relevant information. After that, you will know if your e-KYC has been updated or not.

Here is the entire method:

 Click on the FASTag website

■ Enter registered mobile number

■ Enter password or OTP

■ Going to My Profile and click on the KYC tab

■ After filling your address and other required information, the process of ‘e-KYC’ will be completed

Documents which are required:

 Vehicle Registration Certificate

■ Passport Size Photo

■ Driving License, PAN Card, Aadhaar Card, Voter Card – Any one of these

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