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Know how much toll tax will be charged from which vehicle from April 2022

National Highways Authority of India has issued new rates for collection of tax from vehicles at toll plazas across the country from April 1. Under this, toll tax will now be charged from small to big and commercial vehicles at increased rates.
Along with the daily tax levied, the prices of the monthly toll plans have also increased.

All-round rising inflation is trying hard to put brakes on your vehicles along with daily expenses. First expensive petrol and diesel set fire and now toll tax has also increased the cost of travel.

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has increased the rates of toll tax by 10 to 15 percent from Friday, 1 April. Along with this, toll rates have also changed for small to big vehicles on every route of the country. NHAI has increased the toll tax by Rs 10 on small vehicles, while it has increased the price by Rs 65 for large and commercial vehicles.

Now how much toll will have to be paid

According to NN Giri, Project Director of NHAI, notification has been issued for the new financial year 2022-23. The toll tax for cars and jeeps has been increased by Rs 10 one way on the toll connecting Delhi with various highways. The biggest increase has been made in the toll of commercial vehicles like bus-truck. These vehicles will now have to pay Rs 65 more for one-way toll tax.

The rate has been different on every route from today.

Toll tax from Sarai Kale Khan to Rasulpur Sikrod Plaza in Delhi will now be Rs 100 while for Bhojpur it will be Rs 130. Similarly, toll charges on Delhi-Meerut Expressway will also increase by 10 per cent. NHAI will now charge Rs 105 from Indirapuram to Kashi toll plaza, Rs 80 up to Bhojpur and Rs 55 up to Rasulpur Sikrod.

Apart from this, the toll rate for light vehicles like car-jeeps on the expressway from Sarai Kale Khan at Kashi toll plaza will be Rs 155 instead of Rs 140. It is worth noting that the Highways Authority of India revises the toll prices every year and increases it according to the vehicle.

Tax increased by 14 percent on this toll

Tax has been increased by 14 percent at Kherki Daula toll plaza located on the Delhi-Jaipur highway. Apart from this, toll rates on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway have also increased by more than 9 percent from today. From April 1 at Kherki Daula toll plaza, big commercial vehicles like buses, trucks will have to pay toll tax of Rs 235 per trip instead of Rs 205.

According to an estimate, about 80 thousand vehicles pass through Kherki Daula toll plaza every day, from which the new toll tax will be implemented from Friday. The toll plaza management has told that along with the daily tax, the monthly fare of toll has also been increased.


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