I have received a backlog of toll enforcement notices – what now?

It is a common situation when driving in or around Melbourne or interstate to drive on a toll road. Where you have failed to have a valid e-tag or e-pass for the trip, you may be issued with a toll notice, a toll reminder notice and then subsequent toll enforcement notices. Often you may have been unaware of the notices or been unable to financially deal with the notices when they arrived.
These enforcement notices generally carry hefty administrative and enforcement fees in addition to the initial fee incurred by driving on the toll road. If you do not take action, the Sheriff may come and seize your property.
If you have received a number of toll enforcement notices, you may be able to apply for an internal review of the decision and avoid the need to go to court to have your case heard. If the fines are not revoked by an internal review, you must apply to the Magistrates’ Court to have the matter heard by a Magistrate.