Motorists face roadblocks in getting refunds for expired Malaysian Touch 'n Go toll cards

The length of the pandemic closure meant that all Touch ‘n Go cards held by Singapore drivers have been deactivated. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - Motorists driving to Malaysia are having to jump through hoops to get a refund for unused balance in their Touch 'n Go highway toll cards, which are deactivated after 12 months of disuse.

Some have been trying for five months since the land borders between the two countries reopened in April after two years of pandemic-induced closure.

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