Nov 10, 2020
With full transition to cashless transactions at tolls scheduled to begin on December 1 this year, lots of car owners have started flocking to RFID installation sites to make it to the deadline. With the date fast approaching, the need for additional testing sites especially at less accessible locations has risen.
To help ease congestion at installation sites and make the process more convenient for those living in the South, Vista Mall and Starmall has partnered with EasyTrip to set up temporary installation sites at the following locations from 9AM to 4PM during these dates:
Vista Mall Kawit Nov 16-18, 2020
Vista Mall Global South Nov 19-21, 2020
Vista Mall Daang Hari Nov 22-24, 2020
Vista Mall Sta Rosa Nov 25-27, 2020
Starmall Alabang Nov 26, 2020
Vista Mall Tanza Nov 30, 2020
Installation at these sites are free and customers are only required to pay for the P200.00 initial load. The slots are limited to only 200 vehicles per day and will follow a first come, first served basis; exempt for Vista Mall Tanza where EasyTrip can accommodate customers until RFID stickers last. Customers will not be allowed to reserve a slot if they do not have their vehicle on-site.
The installation will be done by technicians from EasyTrip who will determine the positioning of the RFID sticker. Depending on your vehicle type of the tint of your car, the sticker can either be installed on your windshield or on your headlight.
For more information, interested customers can reach out to the official Facebook pages of the Vista Malls above or through Vista Mall’s corporate Facebook page at www.facebook.com/vistamallofficial and Starmall through its corporate Facebook page, www.facebook.com/StarmallOfficial.
Please be reminded that Vista Mall’s and Starmall’s COVID-19 protocols remain in place to ensure the health and safety of everyone. Kindly observe proper physical distancing at all times and wearing of face masks and face shields whenever inside mall premises. Vista Mall and Starmall continue to work hard with local government units to ensure that their safety and security procedures remain effective amidst the nation’s ongoing fight against COVID-19.