Dart Charge and TFL Congestion Charge

Dart Charge

The Highways England Dart Charge scheme, the charges payable for using the Dartford Crossing, the notices that you will receive if you fail to pay the Dart Charge and the various ways of contacting Dart Charge are outlined in detail on this very popular page  here

Dart Charge and Bailiffs

Last year, bailiffs made over 200,000 visits to motorists to enforce non payment of a Dart Charge.  If you have received a Notice of Enforcement from Marston Holdings Ltd, Equita Ltd or JBW Judicial Services Ltd it is vitally important that you deal with the correspondence immediately in order to avoid a personal visit and the debt increasing by £235 and the possibility of your car being seized. Our new page on this subject can be viewed here.

Dart Charge Out of Time witness statement (TE7 and TE9)

If you have received a telephone call, a text message, letter or personal visit from a bailiff representing Marston Holdings Ltd, Equita or JBW Judicial Service Group in relation to an unpaid Dart Charge that you had not known about (usually because all notices had been sent to a previous address) then all bailiff enforcement will be placed on hold when an Out of Time witness statement is submitted. Our very popular page on this subject can be read here.

Transport for London and Bailiffs

If you have received a Notice of Enforcement (or personal visit) from Marston Holdings Ltd, Equita Ltd,  JBW Judicial Services or Task Enforcement Ltd in relation to an unpaid congestion charge, a red route contravention or Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) penalty charge notice it is vitally important that you deal with the correspondence immediately in order to avoid a personal visit and the debt increasing by £235 and the possibility of your car being seized. Our page on this subject can be viewed  here.

Note from Bailiff Advice

If you have any queries at all regarding bailiff enforcement for  a TFL Congestion Charge or a Dart Charge from Highways England, you can email a question to Bailiff Advice using our popular Question page.  Alternatively, you can contact us by phone. Details are on our Contact page.

A simple overview of the Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013  including details of  bailiff fees, the notices that must be given by the bailiff and items that are ‘exempt’ from being taken into control can be read here.