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The M50

Paying M50 road

Paying the M50 Toll

Please note that all tolls are your responsibility and must be paid by 8pm the following day.

There are four options for post paying a toll:

  • online at www.eflow.ie - select I Want to Pay a Toll on the homeage and follow the on-screen steps.
  • by telephone 1890 501050 within Ireland or +800 50105011 outside Ireland
  • At any Payzone retail outlets nationwide.
  • Downlaod the M50 Quick Pay App on Apple or Android stores and pay from anywhere

If you have any questions about paying the toll, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Payment for toll charges incurred by car rentals crossing the M50 toll bridge are the renter's responsibility. For more information please see the eflow website. This information can be found at all of our rental locations and applies only to the M50 Toll Bridges and barriers.

It is important to note that if you cross the M50 barrier free Toll Bridge and post pay the toll, you will have to pay the charge by 8pm on the following day.

Toll Charges

  • Car - €3.10
  • Combi-Vans - €3.90
  • Large Vans - €6.30

If you have any questions about toll payments, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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