You’ll need to apply for a local resident discount either You can pay for the Dartford Crossing in a variety of ways. Falling under that amount will trigger a low balance warning, and eventually your account will be closed if you can’t pay for your latest crossings, resulting in a penalty charge for unpaid journeys.By selecting the ‘Vehicles’ link you can add up to twenty vehicles to your account manually. For postal forms, the address is The Dart Charge contact centre telephone number is Or you can use the online form, which requires you to supply your name email address, and either your vehicle registration number or Dart Charge account number. Details include the date, time
These are often local supermarkets and newsagents. Finally, you can make a one-off payment, check for paid crossings, You’ll then need to top-up your account based on how often you use the Dartford Crossing. If you want to set-up or top-up a Dart Charge account, this can be done online, by phone or by post.To make a one-off payment in person, you’ll need to visit your local Payzone shop. You must pay it within 28 days.Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.To help us improve GOV.UK, we’d like to know more about your visit today.
Find out here how to pay and avoid any fines. Charges apply every day - including weekends and bank holidays.How much you pay to cross depends on the type of vehicle you’re driving and if you already have an account.Count droppable axles whether they’re up or down. All of this is done on the If you set up a Dart Charge account you can choose to Pre-pay and save 50p on each crossing, with a minimum initial payment of £10 required. We are now able to provide online offers from most buyers, and all transactions are completed contact-free.More than £53 million in fines and 9.1 million penalty charge notices have been issued since the Dart Charge automatic number plate recognition system came into operation at the Dartford Crossing.
This can be done by credit or debit card, and you’ll need to maintain a balance of £10 or more for your account to remain open. In 1991, the tunnels were designated for use by all northbound traffic, as the new Queen Elizabeth II bridge opened for southbound journeys.The modern combination of bridge and tunnels was designed to cope with up to 135,000 vehicles per day. If you fail to pay within that time limit, you’ll be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice.One-off payments can be made in person, online, on the phone, or by post. You can You can get a £70 fine if you do not pay the charge. You may pay the $50 administrative fee on-line at www.DARTStore.org by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express). There’s also the option to add more than 20 vehicles or make multiple changes by uploading a spreadsheet in a specific CSV format To view every relevant journey made, visit the Crossings page, the name of the previous or current registered keeper of the vehicle, a receipt or payment reference number, or proof of your exemption from paying).You can appeal by using the Representation Slip at the bottom of the Penalty Charge Notice, or by completing the required information online to make a It’s only possible to make a representation against one PCN at a time.When you make an appeal, that will usually reset the 50% discount fee if you are judged to still be liable to pay. If you don’t pay for your crossing in advance or have a Dart Charge account set up, you’ll need to make a payment by midnight of the following day. The Dart Charge is for drivers using the Dartford Crossing and must be paid by midnight the day after you cross. Fines will be liable for a Penalty Charge Notice and a fine.
You can find your nearest options by Fortunately, you’re able to pay the fees at a range of stores across the country, so you don’t have to worry if you’re travelling a long distance from Dartford that day.By post you can set up or cancel a Dart Charge account by You can set up an account or pay by phoning the Dart Charge contact centre on 0300 300 0120. You can also make a representation by post by filling in the form on the penalty charge notice and posting it to: