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Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing by midnight the day after you cross.

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Pay Dartford Crossing you can get a fine if you’re late or don’t pay the. At the same time you still have to pay any outstanding charge.

Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing call 0300 300 0120

Call Dartford Crossing from outside the UK. 44 (0) 300 300 0120

Textphone. 18001 0300 300 0120

Open Every day 5 am until midnight. Opening times can vary during Christmas and New Year and bank holidays.

Fines

The fine is £70.00 if you do not pay. Therefore, you must pay the fine within 28 days.The fine will be reduced to £35.00 if you pay the fine within 14 days. Otherwise the fine is increased. After that to £105.00 if you do not pay it within 28 days.

If you’ve already registered with Dartford Crossing Dart Charge then, Click here

You can also:

pay with cash at a local shop find  your nearest shop

register by post.

pay by post

Complaints.

If you’re unhappy with your experience of using the Dartford Crossing, they want to hear from you straightaway. This will help them put things right and improve the future service.

Before you contact us to make a complaint. Without delay and in the first place please consult our guide on how to file a complaint before completing the form below.

Complaints

By mail to:
Customer Service Manager
Customer Service
PO Box 842
Leeds
LS1 9QF

United Kingdom

What happens next?

They will certainly endeavor to respond to your complaint within 10 working business days of receipt. Obviously If they need to take more time. In addition they will let you know why and when you can expect to hear from them.

History Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing

The Dartford-Thurrock River Crossing is a major road crossing of the River Thames in England, carrying the A282 road between Kent in the south and Thurrock in Essex in the north and know as Dartford Crossing.

The Darford Crossing of the Thames east of Greater London, it is the busiest road crossing in the United Kingdom, with an average daily use of over 150,000 vehicles.

The combined crossing now handles four lanes of traffic in each direction.

The crossing has always been tolled, and though the cost of construction has since been paid back, the toll was retained, as a congestion pricing scheme from 1 April 2003.

Since 2008 it has been free from 10 pm to 6 am. An automatic number plate recognition charging scheme named began in November 2014. As a result, the booths on the Kent side were removed and can be paid online, by post, or in certain participating retail outlets.