How to Replace the Easytrip RFID Sticker & Lost Card


RFID, a type of wireless technology, utilizes radio waves to identify and track tags that are placed on objects or people. This technology is used for various purposes, such as traveling and in the transport industry. Examples of these include tracking shipping containers during their moving process, identifying vehicles and granting them access to enter premises, locating moving vehicles, and others.


This is beneficial for transportation companies because it helps them achieve efficient business processes, such as rapidly adjusting delivery schedules, automating workflow, and identifying shipping bottlenecks. On the other hand, RFID has been utilized in travel by providing access to various hotel amenities compared to old key cards that could only be used in hotel rooms, tighter security during music festivals, and improved room inventory management.



Benefits of RFID for Travelers


One well-known usage of RFID technology is in Easytrip. As an electronic toll collection system, Easytrip is used in NLEX, NLEX Connector, SCTEX, CAVITEX, CALAX, and C5 Link. RFID stickers are placed on a vehicle's windshield or rearview mirror. RFID scanners will read these stickers before a vehicle enters the toll gate. Once read, the system will deduct the specific amount of the toll fee from the commuter’s account, and then it can pass through the tollgate.


Another popular use of RFID is autosweep. This is another toll collection system for commuters who travel on the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR Tollway), NAIA Expressway (NAIAX), Skyway, and Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX).


The primary difference between Easytrip and Autosweep is the expressways on which they can be used. However, earlier this year, Easytrip RFID was introduced on autosweep-only tollgates to give commuters the flexibility to travel on different tollgates conveniently.



Is there a need to replace old Easytrip RID card and stickers?


Commuters who are using an old Easytrip RFID card and stickers are encouraged to replace them with their new Easytrip stickers and cards. This is because Easytrip has launched the new Neology RFID sticker for cars, which is made for better and more improved readability when passing through toll gates.



What do the old Easytrip RFID cards look like?


Below are photos of what the old Easytrip RFID cards looked like.



How much will it cost? Is it the same as the new ones?


Replacing the old RFID sticker and cards is free, but users would need to pay the initial RFID load, which amounts to 200–500 pesos.



Who is eligible to get a free Easytrip RFID card replacement?


Commuters who have received an email or SMS notifying them that their RFID cards and stickers need to be replaced are the ones who are eligible to get a free RFID card replacement. Also, if their cards look like one of the cards above, they can visit the nearest Easytrip RFID customer center for replacement. must bring their car and an old RFID card to avail themselves of the service.



How long will the Easytrip card replacement take?


It will take approximately 5 minutes to replace a commuter’s Easytrip stickers. They just need to show their old Easytrip card and fill out the subscription form for quicker processing. On the other hand, one can get their Easytrip replacement card on the same day via Easytrip’s one-stop shop counter stations. This is compared to having your card replaced at Easytrip installation sites, which will take 3-5 days upon your application.



What if my old Easytrip card still has a load in it?


If users still have loads on their old Easytrip card, these will be transferred to their new RFID card for 3-5 days when processed at Easytrip RFID stations and the same day at Easytrip One-Stop Shops.



How to Change Your Easytrip RFID Sticker & Card?


Changing RFID stickers and cards is easy for commuters. If one has the latest Easytrip card, they just need to change their RFID stickers by going to one of Easytrip’s one-stop shops. Meanwhile, if one has an old Easytrip RFID card, they can also go to a one-stop shop, where they will be provided with a new RFID card with a new account number and a new RFID sticker.



Can I use the same account number if I get a new Easytrip card?


Users will be provided with a new set of account numbers, RFID cards, and stickers once they replace their old ones.



Can I ask someone else to bring my car in for RFID stickers and card replacement?


If one is unable to go physically to an Eastyrip station or one-stop shop, one can authorize an individual to replace an old RFID card and stickers. The individual must bring the following:

  • The commuter's old RFID card
  • the vehicle with the old RFID sticker attached to it,
  • an authorization letter signed by the RFID owner
  • a valid ID of the RFID owner.



Where are the Easytrip One-Stop Shops located?


The following are the Easytrip one-stop shops that commuters can visit:

  • NLEX Tabang Customer Service Center opens Monday through Saturday, 8am to 5pm
  • The CALAX Greenfield (Mamplasan) Customer Service Center opens Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • NLEX Balintawak Customer Service Center opens Monday through Saturday, 8am to 5pm
  • NLEX San Fernando Customer Service Center opens Monday through Saturday, 8am to 5pm
  • NLEX San Fernando Customer Service Center opens Monday through Saturday, 8am to 5pm



Where can I replace my Easytrip RFID?


To replace an Easytrip card and sticker, one can visit the Easytrip one-stop shop mentioned above.



How to install the new RFID sticker or card?


To install a new RFID sticker or card, one must visit an Easytrip RFID station and ask assistance from their staff to place the sticker on the vehicle. If one wants to install it all by himself, there is a user guide found on the RFID sticker package.



How to reload my Easytrip account?


To reload an Easytrip account, one can visit a physical payment center or kiosk, or through SMS and online services like G-Cash or Maya.



How can I check the load of my new Easytrip RFID?

There are three ways one can check the balance of their Easytrip RFID. The first is an RFID balance inquiry online via the MPT DriveHub, which is available via the App Store or Play Store. The second is by sending an SMS by texting BAL (a 12-digit Easytrip account number) and sending it to 09191601553. And lastly, via myeasytrip web.



Major expressways in the country have harnessed RFID technology in order to provide commuters with convenient, safe, and comfortable road experiences. That is why, in return, commuters must regularly check their RFID card and sticker to see if they are functional to have an easy and enjoyable journey on the expressway.


If one finds the need to replace or change his RFID stickers and cards, he should adhere to the proper steps to quickly get the new stickers and cards and be back on the road quickly. For questions, assistance, and inquiries about changing or replacing cards and stickers, one can visit the nearest Easytrip store or customer service center.

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