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Fastag of these people will be blacklisted from 1st February, know what is the region

NHAI has started One Vehicle One Fastag campaign a few days ago. Under this, if you have not got KYC done yet, your Fastag will be blacklisted.

NHAI has started One Vehicle One Fastag campaign a few days ago. Under this, if you have not got KYC done yet, your Fastag will be blacklisted. NHAI has asked FASTag users to complete KYC of Fastag before January 31. If you fail to do this then your Fastag will be stopped. NHAI also said that if FASTag balance is left, but you have not got the KYC done, then FASTag will be deactivated after January 31, 2024.

FASTags mandatory to pass through toll plaza

The Government of India had made FASTags mandatory for all vehicles from February 15, 2001. After this, FASTags were made mandatory for all vehicles passing through the toll plaza. Its advantage is that you will not need to stand in long queues while passing through the expressway. You can easily pass through the expressway without stopping. Toll tax is deducted from the FASTag balance through the sensors/scanners at toll booths through the FASTag sticker placed on your vehicle.

These documents will be required for Fastag update

  • Driving license
  • Voter ID Card
  • PAN card
  • Aadhar card
  • Vehicle Registration Certificate (RC)

How to update FASTag KYC Offline

Apart from online KYC, you can update Fastag KYC offline also. For this you will have to go to the bank issuing FASTag. going there
Take the KYC form, fill all the details in it and submit it. After this, KYC of your Fastag account will be done.

Do KYC sitting at home like this

  • Go to the official website of the government fastag.ihmcl.com.
  • Login to account with mobile number and password or OTP.
  • Select MY PROFILE option in the left side menu of the dashboard.
  • Here you can see the profile details submitted at the time of KYC.
  • Fill the required information in ‘Customer Type’ sub-section of KYC.
  • You have to tick the disclaimer before KYC verification.
Shyamu Maurya
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