FASTag

Double fare is only when you enter a fastag lane without Fastag as it will slow down people having Fastag. If you are willing to go on the cash lane then there is normal fare pay by cash or credit / debit card but the queue can be quite long and thus you will end up spending on fuel and time - choice is yours more  

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Fast Tag are available Online through Paytm more  
Govt do not have money to maintain highways even after collecting registration charges. Tolls will be permanent and by fastag you pay toll every time you cross a toll and return through the same toll even in an hour thus increasing the toll amount to be paid by the public which will be shared by the contractor and the party to which he belong leaving the rest to the Govt. Govt will be deficient with fund and again increase the toll amount. Toll Toll mantra to collect more money from the public for the contractor for the part by the Govt. After all car goers are well to do people and can easily carry these type of burdens. more  
Thanks for sharing the useful information more  
Utter confusion as Fastag is issues only near toll gate here and unless you visit once can't have one. Why don't they sell it in Bank counters ? more  
Will someone explain if I ride within the city and not going out through any toll gate? more  
Fastag is useful only when you need to cross a toll naka , if you do not have to cross toll booth at anytime you do not need fastag. more  
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