M50 Toll Fines and Penalty Charges

Drivers using the M50 should be aware that non-payment of the toll will result in fines (penalty charges) being applied by Eflow.

The addition of penalties could bring the total amount due up as high as €169.

There are three M50 toll payment options for car drivers 

a) Register for a toll tag from one of the several suppliers and get charged €2.50 per journey.
b) you can register your car with eflow for a video recognition account and pay €3.10 per journey.
c) If you don’t register for a tag account or register your number plate for a video recognition account – you will have to pay €3.70  each time.(by 8pm the next day!)

Note – these are the increased charges from Jan 1st 2024.

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How To Pay The M50 Toll

If you have no toll tag or video account – the cameras will record your registration number as you pass through. You will then owe eFlow €3.70 Euro.
This toll charge can be paid in one of 3 ways:-

  • a) online at eflow.ie
  • b) Pay the toll over the phone : 1890 50 10 50 or  01 4610122 or
    • From UK . International phone number: +353 1 4610122
  • c) Pay at shops in Ireland that are signed up to the Payzone system. When paying, make sure that you enter your vehicle’s registration plate number correctly. Also, retain your receipt for proof of payment.
  • The eflow app is no longer available – but a new one has been promised.

How Much are the M50 Toll Fines?

  • If you don’t pay the €3.70 euro toll before 8 pm the day after you used the M50 – you will get a First Penalty Notice’ (STR) and will be charged a €3.50 penalty. (Total €7.20)
  • If this new total of €7.20 is not paid within another 14 days – you will be sent an Unpaid Toll Notice Letter (UTN) and charged another late payment charge of  €46.50. (Total due = €53.70)
  • Failure to pay the outstanding €53.70 euro due within a further 56 days will result in an additional €116 penalty being applied. Eflow pass this to their legal team – Pierse Fitzgibbon Solicitors – for collection.

So – the total due after 10 weeks ,including fines/penalty charges, will be €169.70 Euro .

Not a bad margin by eFlow – €3.70 increasing to €169.70  in 71 days . That’s about 5200 percent increase on the initial charge.

How to Pay an Eflow Fine or Penalty Charge

  • You can pay an Eflow penalty online here.
  • Or you can pay in person with cash/card at any retail outlet nationwide which has the Payzone sign. You will need the penalty letter with you to scan the barcode.

After 10 weeks
, if you still have not paid, legal proceedings might be initiated.
Pierse Fitzgibbon Solicitors are the Enforcement Service Provider appointed by Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
This could end up with the possibility of a court fine of up to €5,000 for each missed payment, court costs as well as a possible jail term of six months, or all three. (No one has yet been jailed for non-payment.)
There is a chance that vehicles will be taken off the owners in the event of unpaid fines
Figures from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) show that 94 vehicles were seized by the Dublin Sheriff in the first 10 months of 2021. year because of outstanding eflow fines.

Appealing the Eflow Penalty Charges

If you believe you have wrongly received a penalty letter because your vehicle was not on the M50 at the time specified in the penalty letter or you have already paid your toll, you need to contact Eflow on their online contact form.

Eflow Contact Details

Phone – 0818 50 10 50 or the “Resolver Team ” 0818 50 70 50
Or International: +353 1 4610122
Email info@eflow.ie
Twitter @eflow_freeflow

Email info@eflow.ie

Summary of M50 Toll Charges 2023 (July 1st)

A motor car or public service vehicle with seating for up to 8 passengers€3.50€2.90€2.30
A goods vehicle with an unladen vehicle weight not exceeding 2,000kg€4.40€3.80€3.20
A bus or coach with seating for more than 8 passengers€4.40€3.80€3.20
A goods vehicle with an unladen weight over 2,000 kg but under 10,000kg€5.90€5.30€4.80
A goods vehicle with an unladen weight exceeding 10,000kg€7.10€6.50€5.90
A tractor unit or an articulated vehicle€7.10€6.50€5.90

Figures Valid July 2023

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