2020 RFID Schedule for Autosweep and Easytrip in Baguio

Below is the updated information regarding the installation of RFID stickers for both Autosweep and Easytrip.

EASYTRIP –

  • NLEX
  • SCTEX
  • CAVITEX
  • CALAX
  • C5 LINK EXPRESSWAY

AUTOSWEEP –

  • SLEX
  • SKYWAY
  • NAIAX
  • STAR
  • TPLEX

ADVISORY ON AUTOSWEEP AND EASYTRIP INSTALLATION IN BAGUIO CITY
San Miguel Corporation (Autosweep) and NLEX Corporation (Easytrip) will be in the city on for five days for the installation of RFIDs.
Schedule: FOLLOW THE LAST NUMBER OF YOUR VEHICLE’S PLATE
Monday
December 7 (8AM to 12PM) – 0
December 7 (1PM to 5PM) – 9
Tuesday
December 8 (8AM to 12 PM) – 8
December 8 (1PM to 5PM) – 7
Wednesday *Note: Number Coding is EFFECTIVE. Do not pass through the central business district.
December 9 (8AM to 12PM) – 6
December 9 (1PM to 5PM) – 5
Thursday
December 10 (8AM to 12PM) – 4
December 10(1PM to 5PM) – 3
Friday
December 11 (8AM to 12PM) – 2
December 11 (1PM to 5PM) – 1
Venue: Loakan Airport, Loakan Road, Baguio City
DAILY LIMIT – FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS
600 vehicles for Autosweep (500 for Class 1, 50 for Class 2, 50 for Class 3)
600 vehicles for Easytrip (500 for Class 1, 50 for Class 2, 50 for Class 3)
REMINDERS:
1. Prepare accomplished forms with copies of documents needed and attach exact amount for initial load (P500 for Class 1 and P1,000 for Class 2 or 3)
2. This is a drive-thru sticker-installation event. Follow the directional signage or ask designated personnel for instructions. No need to step out of your vehicle while waiting in line.
3. To observe physical distancing, please stay inside your vehicle while on queue and during installation.
4. Please take note of your schedule as indicated in this advisory. Vehicles on queue will be checked by our personnel. Those who will be on queue but not on their given schedule will not be accommodated.
To those who will avail of these services, it is advisable that you download the forms to your desktop/ laptop with printer.
Download the enrolment and subscription forms through the links* below for a faster transaction:
AUTOSWEEP
Filled up Customer Enrolment Form: https://drive.google.com/…/1UxfGGiWk5ArLoBsrI9lAfY…/view
EASYTRIP
Filled up Subscription Form: https://www.easytrip.ph/forms/TermsAndConditions.pdf
Transfer of Balance Form: https://www.easytrip.ph/…/Transfer%20of%20Balance-NLEX.pdf
*Additional reminders for Easytrip customers:
For new applicants: filled up subscription form, authorization letter and photocopy of one valid ID if sending a representative
For applicants who will bring their big bikes/motors, class 2 and 3 vehicles: filled up subscription form, photocopy of OR/CR, photocopy of one valid ID
For applicants with existing Easytrip tag and will be converting to Easytrip RFID: filled up subscription form, balance transfer form and photocopy of one valid ID
For applicants with existing Autosweep RFID and will enrol it to Easytrip RFID: filled up subscription form
RFID stickers for the following vehicle models can only be installed on the windshield but may depend on the tint. It is recommended for the vehicles to be checked personally by the EasyTrip team on the installation site:
• Toyota Fortuner 2017-2019
• Toyota Hi-Lux 2017-2019 with bull bar
• Toyota FJ Cruiser 2019
• Mitsubishi Expander 2018
• Mitsubishi L300
• Montero 2015 to 2018 model
• Mazda 2017-2018 model
• Toyota Rush 2019
• Mitsubishi Strada 2019

Update: 11 December 2020

Yesterday, 10 December 2020, I was able to get an AutoSweep RFID sticker only after hours of waiting. I paid 500 pesos.

I was just curious why the AutoSweep RFID guys can go there way and install already at the end of the queue and the EasyTrip peeps cannot. Hmm…

Then, the bypass hose of my vintage car blew while I was waiting. It was around 3:30 or 4:30 already. I was not able to picture the exact moment that it blew. I just heard a sound and then smoke on the hood.

And then there were people from the AutoSweep team telling us that there were no more EasyTrip RFID stickers available although there were still people in queue waiting and hoping when I left.

I decided to leave because I looked for an auto shop and I was finally able to find one in Kennon Road.

Maybe, it was not meant for me to get an EasyTrip RFID yet and that the blowing up of the bypass hose was meant to happen so that the old bypass hose will be replaced already.

So, the payment that was supposed to be for the EasyTrip RFID was meant for the replacement of the bypass hose. HA HA HA!

At least also it blew while I was waiting in queue and the car was in idle mode and it did not happen while me and my family are traveling.