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How much is a TfL PCN?
How do I contact TfL for PCN?
Find out more about making a representation. For more information, telephone us on 0343 222 3333 (TfL call charges). Lines are open 08:00-20:00 Monday to Friday.
What happens if you don’t pay TfL PCN?
If a PCN has not been paid within 21 days of an order for recovery being served, then we will ask for a warrant of execution, which will be passed to an enforcement agent to recover monies owed.
How long do you have to pay a TfL fine?
Do you have to pay TFL fines?
What happens if you forget to tap out TFL?
How do I contact TfL by phone?
What is a PCN number?
How do I challenge a TfL PCN?
To make a representation online, you will need to provide:
- Your PCN number.
- Your Vehicle Registration Mark.
- Reasons why you think you should not have been issued with a PCN.
Can I ignore a parking charge notice?
Can TFL take you to court?
If Transport for London believes that you have committed a criminal offence, we may decide to prosecute you. We will send you a Single Justice Procedure Notice or a Postal Requisition.
Can bailiffs force entry for parking fines?
Is a penalty fare a criminal offence?
How much is PCN for red route?
What is the maximum fare TfL?
If you spend longer than the maximum journey time, you could be charged two maximum fares. A single maximum fare is: up to £8.90 in Zones 1-9. up to £26.00 beyond Zone 9, including on the Heathrow Express.
What happens if I tap in twice?
Is it cheaper to use Oyster or contactless?
Are calls to TfL free?
Is TfL customer service open?
How do I check my TfL charges?
You might see your payment on your bank statement as:
- Travel charges.
- Travel refunds.
- Unpaid fares.