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Subject Topic: Hyundai Tucson and Liber-t tag Post Reply Post New Topic
02/8/2019 at 12:47pm
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Does anyone use a 2016 onwards Hyundai Tucson to tow abroad and specifically have a tag for toll barriers on Peages?

Instructions for the tag are to stick them on the spotty area in the middles of the windscreen behind the mirror.

On my car this area is not available as the mirror and its housing covers the whole thing.

Will it work if I stick it to the window as close as possible to the spotty area or must I stick it to the plastic housing of the mirror which covers the spotty bit?

If anyone can answer this Iíd be very grateful. Otherwise its go to France and try it but Iíd hate to find out at a Peage barrier that it doesnít work!

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David


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02/8/2019 at 1:02pm
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As close as you can.

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02/8/2019 at 1:24pm
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I don't stick my tag behind my mirror anyhow.

Instead, as we approach the toll booth "detector" I get my wife to wave the tag around the windscreen until it activates the barrier!

It saves sticking anything on the windscreen and has the added benefit of "in-seat" exercise for my wife and a good excuse for me to wake her up occasionally.

TC


02/8/2019 at 3:45pm
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I have said this on here before but mine fell off the adhesive holder and went down between the bottom of the windscreen and the dashboard - - it still worked but we had to fish it out with tweezers.


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02/8/2019 at 9:46pm
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Thanks for the info chaps - will try Ďas close as possible to the spotty bití approach and see where that gets us!

I do like the aerobic exercise for the wife option suggested by thechief - getting her to wave it around would be the next option if the above doesnít work!

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David


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Just make sure you pull close to the barrier, the tags donít activate until you are quite close.


04/8/2019 at 8:41am
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Only true in some cases.

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04/8/2019 at 8:44am
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Quote: Originally posted by checkley1973 on 03/8/2019
Just make sure you pull close to the barrier, the tags donít activate until you are quite close.



Yes do. On our first trip we stopped by the ticket machine and, as the barrier didn't seem to work, took a ticket. We managed the claim the money back, but it took a while.

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via mobile 05/8/2019 at 7:41am
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Quote: Originally posted by david8858 on 02/8/2019
Does anyone use a 2016 onwards Hyundai Tucson to tow abroad and specifically have a tag for toll barriers on Peages?

Instructions for the tag are to stick them on the spotty area in the middles of the windscreen behind the mirror.

On my car this area is not available as the mirror and its housing covers the whole thing.

Will it work if I stick it to the window as close as possible to the spotty area or must I stick it to the plastic housing of the mirror which covers the spotty bit?

If anyone can answer this Iíd be very grateful. Otherwise its go to France and try it but Iíd hate to find out at a Peage barrier that it doesnít work!




When do you leave? We've got a 2019 Tucson and will be testing toll tag placements out on the 17th! Let me know if you have any issues!


05/8/2019 at 8:06am
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We put ours in the top left (passenger side) corner of the windscreen away from the central mirror.

It may not be in the middle as recommended, but it works fine.


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Quote: Originally posted by dubs1978 on 05/8/2019
Quote: Originally posted by david8858 on 02/8/2019
Does anyone use a 2016 onwards Hyundai Tucson to tow abroad and specifically have a tag for toll barriers on Peages?

Instructions for the tag are to stick them on the spotty area in the middles of the windscreen behind the mirror.

On my car this area is not available as the mirror and its housing covers the whole thing.

Will it work if I stick it to the window as close as possible to the spotty area or must I stick it to the plastic housing of the mirror which covers the spotty bit?

If anyone can answer this Iíd be very grateful. Otherwise its go to France and try it but Iíd hate to find out at a Peage barrier that it doesnít work!




When do you leave? We've got a 2019 Tucson and will be testing toll tag placements out on the 17th! Let me know if you have any issues!



Youíll know before we will then - be interested in your findings

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David


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I shall let you know!


06/8/2019 at 8:39am
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He's one I did earlier -

https://youtu.be/4Yofy5yUMhk


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Hi , I have a 2016 Tuscon and have the tag as close to the mirror as it goes on the passenger side . We are currently in France and it has worked perfectly . Bon voyage


via mobile 17/8/2019 at 6:56am
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Quote: Originally posted by david8858 on 02/8/2019
Does anyone use a 2016 onwards Hyundai Tucson to tow abroad and specifically have a tag for toll barriers on Peages?

Instructions for the tag are to stick them on the spotty area in the middles of the windscreen behind the mirror.

On my car this area is not available as the mirror and its housing covers the whole thing.

Will it work if I stick it to the window as close as possible to the spotty area or must I stick it to the plastic housing of the mirror which covers the spotty bit?

If anyone can answer this Iíd be very grateful. Otherwise its go to France and try it but Iíd hate to find out at a Peage barrier that it doesnít work!



I can confirm that placing tag next to plastic housing on drivers side works perfectly fine at the booths.

Enjoy your trip.


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Quote: Originally posted by david8858 on 02/8/2019
Thanks for the info chaps - will try Ďas close as possible to the spotty bití approach and see where that gets us!

I do like the aerobic exercise for the wife option suggested by thechief - getting her to wave it around would be the next option if the above doesnít work!



Try attaching it to her tongue.



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