Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing
Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing by midnight the day after you cross.
Dartford Crossing 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.
If you’ve already registered with Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing then, Proceed to there
You can also:
pay with cash at a local shop find your nearest shop
register by post.
pay by post
If you’re unhappy with your experience of using the Dartford Crossing Pay 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.
By mail to:
Customer Service Manager
PO Box 842
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.
General Information Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing
Motorists who use the Queen Elizabeth Bridge pay need to pay. You have until midnight the day after you made the crossing to pay the charge.
The Queen Elizabeth Bridge pay times is between 6 am and 10 pm. It’s free to use between 10 pm and 6 am.
How long do I have to pay?
When you use the crossing, you have until midnight the day after you cross to pay the toll.
Late payment fine
If you forget to pay on time, you’ll get a £70 fine, which reduces to £35 if paid within a fortnight – although if you fail to pay within 28 days, it goes up to £105.
If the vehicle you are driving is exempt from road tax, because you’re disabled, you don’t need to pay.
How to appeal a penalty Charge
Similar to other penalty charge notices if you wish to appeal the fine, you can do so online, but you only have 28 days to appeal once being issued with a fine.
You will be given the chance to submit any evidence.
Such as your vehicle being in a different place at the time, or a receipt of the transaction proving you paid. Should your appeal fail, the only other option besides paying is to go to an independent tribunal.
Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing
Completed in 1991. It was built by a joint venture between Kvaerner Construction Limited and Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company.
The central span is 450 m (1,476 ft) long. 84 metre high steel pylons are located above 53 metre high concrete piers giving the bridge a total height of 137 metres. The approach viaducts on the Essex side measure 1,052 m (3,451 ft) and 1,008 m (3,307 ft) on the Kent side, giving a total length of 2,872 m (9,423 ft). It has an expected life span of 120 years.
It accommodates four lanes of southbound traffic from the M 25. With daily traffic flows of 150,000 vehicles the crossing suffers regular traffic congestion.
When built, the Dartford Crossing was only the second bridge on the River Thames east downstream of London Bridge.
Constructed in over a thousand years, and it is currently the only bridge east of Tower Bridge.
About Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing
The Dartford Crossing joins Dartford and Thurrock across the River Thames, forming part of London’s orbital M 25 motorway and the furthest-downstream road crossing of the Thames. It consists of two tunnels under the river, normally used for northbound traffic, and the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, used for southbound traffic.
Dartford Crossing, completed in 1991, is a four-lane cable-stayed bridge.
Designed by Dr. Ing Hellmut Homberg and Partner and Kvaerner Technology Limited. It was built by a joint venture between Kvaerner Construction Limited and Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company.
When opened, the bridge was Europe’s largest cable-supported bridge.
The central span is 450 m (1,476 ft) long and is suspended 65 m (213 ft) above the Thames to accommodate ocean-going cruise liners.
84 metre high steel pylons are located above 53 metre high concrete piers giving the bridge a total height of 137 metres. The approach viaducts on the Essex side measure 1,052 m (3,451 ft) and 1,008 m (3,307 ft) on the Kent side, giving a total length of 2,872 m (9,423 ft). It has an expected life span of 120 years.
It is a toll bridge and accommodates four lanes of southbound traffic from the M 25. With daily traffic flows of 150,000 vehicles the crossing suffers regular traffic congestion.
When built, the Queen Elizabeth Bridge pay was only the second bridge on the River Thames east downstream of London Bridge.
High Speed 1 passes under the bridge between the bridge supports on the north Essex side and tunnels under the river just east of the bridge. The rail line passes over the exit ramps of both of the road tunnels.
Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing Payment methods
You can pay the Dartford Crossing with Cash, or a valid Credit Card or Debit Card,
Alternative payment methods
Use the crossing today or yesterday pay as you go for crossings made.
Pay in advance for journeys you plan to make, all payments are valid for one year.
Pay by cash, a valid credit or debit card in a local store convenient to you that accepts Pay zone as a payment method.
If you’ve already made crossings in the vehicle you want to add to this account, they will have to be paid for separately
To set up a Dartford Crossing pay personal or business account you’ll need:
Your personal details, or company details for a business account
Details of each vehicle you’re registering
A debit or credit card
You must start a personal account with £10. If you close your account, any remaining balance will be refunded.
If your company is not registered at Companies House. Register for a personal account
Apply for a local resident discount
You can only get a discount for 1 vehicle. You must provide evidence – you can upload or photograph your documents, or send them by post for checking.
Your vehicle details
A current Council Tax bill that matches the address in your application
Proof you live in Dartford Kent or Thurrock Essex, a gas, electricity or water bill , bank or credit card statement, income support book, rent document or driving licence.
Proof your vehicle is registered in Dartford Kent or Thurrock Essex, a copy of your V 5 C vehicle registration or a vehicle lease in your name.
A debit or credit card.
Dartford Crossing Pay Dartford Crossing times
The charge applies between 6 am and 10 pm with every vehicle required to pay. The charge is payable every day of the year. It is free to use between 10 pm and 6 am.