VETERANS AND TOLL 49
The NET RMA will allow qualifying military veterans an exemption from the payment of tolls on Toll 49. Section 372.053 of the Texas Transportation Code allows toll agencies the opportunity to reduce or eliminate the payment of tolls for vehicles displaying certain disabled veteran license plates. The NET RMA will provide complete exemption of the toll for these license plates.
Registration in the program is not automatic. To be eligible to participate in the Disabled Veterans Program, NET RMA requires that at the time of the transaction, the vehicle be compliant with the following:
- Standard registration with the State of Texas, Texas Department of Motor Vehicles as the primary vehicle; vehicle must be registered in the name of the disabled veteran.
- Issued a disabled veteran specialty plate and have it properly displayed;
- Display an electronic tag associated with the vehicle’s disabled veteran’s license plate. NET RMA accepts NTTA’s TollTag, TxDOT’s TxTag or Harris County’s EZ Tag.
- Have no current or outstanding NET RMA toll violations
If you DO NOT currently have an electronic tag:
- Contact NTTA at 972-818-6882 or visit NTTA.org to register for a TollTag. NTTA requires a $20 minimum balance that can be used on toll roads throughout Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
- Once you receive a TollTag, call NET RMA at 903-630-7894 or CLICK HERE to have your tag ID added into the Disabled Veterans Program.
If you DO currently have an electronic tag:
- Call NET RMA at 903-630-7894 or CLICK HERE to have your tag number added to the Disabled Veterans Program.
Your registered tag will provide free, unlimited passage on Toll 49. Any transactions incurred on other toll roads in Texas will be charged to your tag account.
NET RMA is honored to provide free rides on Toll 49 for any disabled veteran with a disabled veteran license plate, provided they register directly with the NET RMA as described above. We apologize for any inconvenience this might present, and feel free to call us at 903-630-7894 with any questions.
Thank you for your service.