Let's Use Electronic Money Toll Road, Safe and No Expired

By : Abraham Sihombing And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, September 28 2017 - 21:30 IWST

Electronic toll collection/E-Toll (Foto Merdeka)
Electronic toll collection/E-Toll (Foto Merdeka)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Recently rumors circulated in various circles that toll road electronic money issued by various banks that cooperate with toll road operators have a valid time period can be expired.

However, the management of PT Jasa Marga Tbk (JSMR), through Dwimawan Heru Santoso, Corporate Communication JSMR, affirms that the electronic money in question does not have a valid or expiration period.

Dwimawan said that Jasa Marga has never limited the validity of the electronic money so that it has the potential to become expired or expired and cannot be used anymore.

"Jasa Marga's toll equipment technology can indeed detect the duration of travel time for electronic money users since the card reads on the Entrance of the toll until the transaction occurs at the Exit toll," said Dwimawan in Jakarta, Thursday (28/09 / 2017).

Dwimawan also explained about the imposition of a fine of 2 times the furthest distance in accordance with Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2005. The penalty is applied to toll users who cannot show the electronic money used before when they arrive at the exit.

The condition, according to Dwimawan, may be due to electronic money lost, toll users exchange the electronic money and another possibility is toll users turning on the toll road median.

Therefore, according to Dwimawan, the electronic money used on the toll road is quite safe and there is nothing to worry about as a means of payment at the toll exit, provided that the community uses it well and reasonably.

"If you experience obstacles in the substation when using the electronic money, our officers in the field ready to help. Complaints can also be submitted to the Call Center Jasa Marga 24 Jam on 14080 phone number," concluded Dwimawan. (Abraham Sihombing)

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