Complete your Fastag KYC by January 31: Else face deactivation

Hello Readers,

The National Highways Authority of India has passed orders to deactivate incomplete Fastag KYC. The deadline for completion is January 31. A group of scammers who heard this were in shock for a moment because they were siphoning off meagre money from multiple Fastags users across the country. The process will become such that they cannot steal the money as they did until now. However, these scammers find one or another way to steal money, no matter how difficult it is. The group members have lost hope of stealing without getting caught, but one person with them has little hope.

The person who has hope, let’s name him ‘A’ and rest as “others.”

A: We need to look at the changes regarding the Fastag KYC

Others: What’s the point we can’t steal?

Only if we look at the changes can we identify the opportunity

Others: So, what are you planning?

A: First, you need to listen to me

Others: Ok

  • A: The first point is that Fastag that has been issued recently remains active, others will be deactivated
  • A vehicle should be linked to only one Fashtag; if not, all the previous Fashtags will be deactivated except the latest one
  • In the same way, A hashtag needs to be linked with only one vehicle; if not, other vehicles will lose access except one

Others: What is in this?

A: Now look at the initiative in the newspaper

Others: The initiative is “one vehicle, one Fashatg.”

A: I know the “Fastag KYC should be completed” directive would come because the initiative itself is “one vehicle, one Fashatg.”

Others: OK (In an irritated tone)

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A: Now look at a point mentioned by the National Highways Authority of India for Fashtag users

Others: They have said that some Fashtag users are not placing the stickers, which is causing delays and trouble for other passengers

A: Another point is also mentioned

Others: Over 98% are using the cards, which consist of 8 crore users

Others: All this is not related to Fastag KYC; what are you trying to say?

A: The Fashtag has been bought to revolutionize the electronic toll collection system and it uses Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFIT)

Others: so

A: Fastag KYC had a loophole, so does it?

Others: “So what does it”, mean?

A: It means the National Highways Authority of India has announced a GPS-based toll collection system that is in trials on selected routes. Within a few months, it will be implemented on selected routes and all over the country.

Others: Is this GPS-based collection our treasure?

A: Yes

Others: How?

A: Look at the loopholes in this technology, I collected all those using errors in satellite images and the Internet, which is the core heart of these technologies

Others: Let’s get ready for the new battle

A: Yes, of course

How to update your KYC for FASTag?

Follow these steps to update your KYC for FASTAG

  1. Go to the official FASTAG website.
  2. Login using your mobile number and the OTP received on your phone.
  3. On the homepage, look for the “My Profile” section and click on the KYC tab.
  4. Enter all the necessary details and click the submit button.
  5. The KYC will be completed.

Which documents are required to complete FASTag KYC?

FASTag KYC requires these documents: a vehicle registration certificate, identity proof, address proof, and a passport-size photo.

How to check your FASTag status?

  1. click the link given: “click here”
  2. Click on the Login tab at the top right of the page.
  3. Log in using OTP and provide your registered mobile number.
  4. Select the “My Profile” section on the dashboard, which will show the KYC status of your FASTag.

The deadline to complete Fastag KYC has been extended to March 31, 2024

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FAQ

1. What is the order of the National Highways Authority of India?

All the Fastag users need to complete Fastag KYC; otherwise, their cards will be deactivated The deadline is January 31

2. Why did the National Highways Authority of India pass such an order?

The NHAI passed the order as it noticed multiple vehicles using single cards and multiple cards used for a single vehicle.

3. What is Fastag?

Fastag intends to revolutionize the Electronic toll collection system by using Radio Frequency Identification Technology

4. What is a GPS-based toll collection system?

The GPS-based toll collection system utilizes Global Positioning System technology, and the users can pay the toll fees without reaching the toll booth, this saves them time while waiting for their turn.

5. Why does NHAI want everyone to do Fastag KYC?

To prevent vehicles from running without KYC, as many vehicles are using one card,

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