Highway concessionaire PLUS has announced that in addition to the existing customer service centres or reload lanes, highway users can now top-up their PLUSMiles or Touch ‘n Go cards at 32 self-service kiosks (SSK) at selected rest and service area (RSA) locations and toll plazas.

The SSK machines, which operate 24-hours daily, are available at a number of RSAs, placed near ATM machines and food court areas at these locations. They are available at the RSAs in Tapah (both bounds), Seremban (both bounds), Sungai Perak (both bounds), Ayer Keroh (both bounds), Pagoh (both bounds), Dengkil (southbound), Gunung Semanggol (northbound) and Sungai Buloh overhead bridge restaurant (both bounds) as well as the Simpang Pulai lay-by (southbound).

Additionally, SSK machines are also available at selected toll plaza operations offices on Bidor, Bukit Beruntung, Bukit Raja, Jalan Duta, Kajang, KLIA, Kota Damansara, Nilai, Rawang, Rawang Selatan, Seafield, Setia Alam, Subang, Sungai Besi, Tanjung Malim and USJ.

According to PLUS COO Zakaria Ahmad Zabidi, there will be no additional service charges for any reload transactions at SSK machines, and users can reload their PLUSMiles or Touch ‘n Go card with optional values of RM10, RM20, RM50 or RM100. He added that PLUS and Touch ‘n Go plan to add more SSKs along the highway to offer more convenience to PLUS highway users.

On average, a reload transaction at an SSK takes between 20 seconds and one minute, accomplished through four simple steps – inserting PLUSMiles/Touch ‘n Go card on the card reader slot, selecting the reload options on the screen, inserting cash and taking the reload transaction receipts.

There are currently 112 SSK machines in operation nationwide, and these are part of the 10,000 Touch ‘n Go reload points available across the country.