For motorists, as well as riders of expressway-legal motorcycles, going out with insufficient RFID balance could cause problems at the toll gate. It could mean a longer time spend at the toll booth. Or worse, if it’s your third time, according to the TRB's 3-strike policy, you could get a traffic violation ticket

For Easytrip RFID subscribers, there are now 3 ways to check your RFID balance to avoid the hassle. As a reminder, Easytrip is the RFID service used by NLEX, SCTEX, CALAX, C5 Link and Harbor Link.

Online

For those who prefer managing their online transactions in front of a laptop or computer, your Easytrip RFID balance can be checked by creating an account and logging on to https://myeasytripcams.easytrip.ph/CAMS.

Have your account number and vehicle details ready as they'll be required to set up the online account.

Mobile app

RFID balance can now be checked in 3 ways image

Another option is to download Easytrip’s mobile app available on Google Play for all Android OS devices. Just like the online site, you'll need to create an account with the Easytrip mobile app to monitor your RFID balance, whenever, wherever.

Have your account number and vehicle details ready as they'll be required to set up the online account.

SMS

You can also check with the Short Messaging Service (SMS) or text. Just text BAL[space]12-digit Easytrip account number found on card and send to 0919-160-1553. Ex. BAL 520001234567 and send to 0919-160-1553.

Await the SMS reply containing your balance. The good thing about this is that it is open to all networks, and it doesn’t need an internet connection.