Following current COVID-19 Government instructions, eFlow head office and customer service have reopened with reduced operating hours. From Friday 17th April, our ‘new’ opening hours will be 09.00 -18.00 Monday to Sunday.
To ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, we have implemented social distancing measures and other precautions in the work environment. As a result, our customer service phone line will be operating at a reduced capacity. We appreciate your patience at this time.
Online facilities such as the eFlow website and the eFlow M50 Quick Pay app will operate as normal. You can update account details, pay a toll, pay a penalty or open an eFlow account at www.eflow.ie Alternatively, you can download the M50 Quick Pay app to pay a toll on the go or sign up to prepay and receive toll reminders.
We’ve put together a list of FAQs to assist you further:
I have an account, but I have never used eFlow’s online facilities before, what can I do online?
Visit our FAQs page here to see the features and benefits of an online account. https://www.eflow.ie/help-guidance/faqs/
To download the M50 Quick Pay app click here https://www.eflow.ie/community/Blog/top-reasons-to-download-t/
I already have an eFlow account, but I can’t login
To log in, set up a username or password, retrieve your username or password, change a username or password or update your personal details, click here
Tag Orders - Already have an account and waiting on a tag order?
If you have a tag order pending, please bear with us, we are working through the back log and will process it as soon as we can. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
If you are travelling on the M50, we’re able to track your journey(s) without your tag by your license plate number and can link this back to your account. During this period, there is no need to worry about having the tag for your M50 journeys. On all other toll roads however, you will need to pay as normal until you receive the tag.
You can check your journeys by logging into your eFlow account and clicking the journeys and payments section. See more here https://www.eflow.ie/help-guidance/faqs/myaccount/
For steps on how to do any of the above, click here
I need to add or remove a vehicle / I need to know how to switch my tag to another vehicle
You can still do this online. To add or remove a vehicle or switch your tag to a different vehicle, click here https://www.eflow.ie/help-guidance/faqs/myaccount/my-vehicles-tags/
I’ve a penalty notice to pay but I have not received a letter yet
Don’t worry – simply visit eflow.ie or use the M50 Quick Pay app to pay for the toll. If you need further assistance, please contact our Call Centre.
I’ve a penalty notice to pay
No worries – you can still pay online here https://www.eflow.ie/i-want-to/pay-a-penalty/
I am not a resident of Ireland and need to pay a penalty
If you have not received an EPC letter in the past two weeks, then you will need to make payment on the eFlow website using the ‘Pay a Toll’ option here https://www.eflow.ie/i-want-to/pay-a-toll/
Surely it would be more reasonable to suspend the M50 toll completely during this period as traffic volumes are really low anyhow?
Pay as you go customers or do not have an eFlow account? See below.
You can use this website www.eflow.ie or the M50 Quick Pay app to pay your toll online.
We want to support our customers during the Covid-19 restrictions and therefore, will endeavour to be more lenient and considerate of difficulties customers are experiencing during this period.
We understand that these are unprecedented times but rest assured, eFlow’s agents will work with customers to resolve any outstanding matters and queries. eFlow would like to thank you for your patience during this period.
eFlow will continue to adhere to official Government advice and will update customers as things progress. For the most up to date information, please check our social media channels regularly.
Our sincere thanks for your understanding.
The Team at eFlow
Tolling is a vital source of funding for the operation and maintenance of our national roads network