By using a mobile app or smart phone app, it’s possible to check and sort out the number of bills you owe.
But you may be wondering if the number you’re looking at is correct.
The answer to that is the National Toll Company.
It’s been in business since 1869 and has a network of nearly 600 toll booths throughout the country.
Here are the key things to know about the toll booth network: Toll booths in India are located at all intersections in the country, and they can be programmed to automatically collect the tolls for your car if it’s in a handicapped spot.
They’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, seven day a week.
You can pay tolls in cash or electronically.
There are three types of electronic payment systems available to you: mobile, bank and prepaid.
The first, called Mobile Payment, lets you pay at a mobile location and then check your bill online.
The second, called Bank Pay, lets users pay at their bank, where they can check and see their account balance.
The third, called Pay With Your Mobile Card, lets people pay their mobile bills at the counter of a convenience store, but you have to have your phone with you.
It has a 1:1 ratio with bank, mobile and prepaid payments.
It is possible to cancel your service at any time.
If you cancel, your account will be cleared.
You’ll have to go through a process to pay the toll.
The toll booth system is designed for the most common types of payment: cash, cheque and debit card.
In 2018, the national toll toll system saw the highest growth in usage, with the number rising by over 60 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the Toll Collectors Association of India.
Tolls are also being charged on certain routes.
In rural areas, they’re charged at the tollbooths in the national capital and at some toll booths in other states.
In rural areas where toll booths are located, the toll is collected by drivers and is collected from their cars.
But in urban areas, the process is more convenient.
In cities like Delhi, the drivers pay the fees and the toll passes to the toll payers.
The National Toll Corporation of India (NTCI) says that a lot of people are confused about the payment process and are not aware that there are various ways to pay toll.
“If you are unsure about the amount of the toll you owe, we can help you,” says Amit Bhatt, NTCI’s vice president, toll collection.
“There are toll booths across the country which can be used to check your total tolls and deduct any fees.”
The toll booths you see in the pictures are the ones that are located in all the states.
In addition, there are toll-collecting booths at the airport, train stations, airports and other places.
For example, toll booths at Mumbai’s Thane Airport are where you pay toll at the time of your booking.
The NTCIs toll system is different from the national Toll system in that the toll-collection booth is in the same place as the toll booths where the toll payments are made.
However, if you’re going to the airport and want to check the total toll for the toll service in the airport that is, you’ll have the opportunity to check out the toll ticket booth at the gate, which is located at the same entrance to the terminals.
In this way, you can pay your toll in cash.
You can also pay by debit card to a NTC, but the process of debit card payment can be tedious.