Touch ‘n Go has further expanded its list of highways in Malaysia that are PayDirect-enabled, with latest additions being the Besraya Experessway (BESRAYA) and New Pantai Expressway (NPE).

As a result, there are now 16 highways in Malaysia that support PayDirect, which provides road users the convenience of paying for toll charges with their eWallet via their existing Touch ‘n Go cards.

To do so, users must first link their Touch n’ Go cards to their eWallet app (up to three allowed). When they use a linked card at any of the listed highways (SmartTAG or by reader), the toll charge will be automatically deducted from the eWallet balance instead of balance on the physical card itself.

In the event there are insufficient funds in the eWallet, the fare will be deducted from the card’s balance instead. You can help maintain a healthy eWallet balance by enabling the auto-reload feature in the eWallet, which is performed through the phone app via credit or debit card, online banking or TNG Reload PINs with no additional fees.