You can pay in advance, on the day of travel or by midnight the following charging day. The daily charge is £11.50 if you pay in advance or on the same day, or £14 if paid the following charging day.
If you don't pay by midnight on the charging day after you drove in the zone, you'll get a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
Not all drivers have to pay. Find out about discounts and exemptions.
You can pay the Congestion Charge in several ways. It's quickest and easiest if you register for CC Auto Pay.
The automated payment system will record the number of charging days a vehicle travels within the charging zone each month and automatically take payment from your debit card, credit card or via direct debit each month.
|£10.50||Pay by Auto Pay
|Pay in advance or by midnight on the day of travel
You can pay up to 90 days in advance. So, for example, you could pay for one day, a month or a year. Or you can pay after the journey on the day of travel.
|By midnight the following charging day
You can only pay the following day online or by phone. If you travel on a Friday you have until midnight on the following Monday to pay.
The new official Congestion Charge app helps you pay your Congestion Charge and T-Charge effortlessly.
You can also use the app to:
If you already have an Auto Pay account you can also:
If you've set up a London Road User Charging account with us you can:
Use the sign in box on this page to create an account.
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If you've registered for an account with us, you will be able to pay automatically by phone.