What is the congestion charge in London?



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    The congestion charge in london is roughly £10 per day for any non-exempt vehicle. There are some designated routes that are free if you are driving through the area, such as Vauxhall Bridge Road and Grosvenor Place. The fee only applies to non-holiday weekdays between the times of 7 am to 6 pm. The congestion charge will also be in affect for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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    The congestion charge in London is 10 pounds per day if you pay in advance or on the day you drive. If you pay the next day, it costs 12 pounds. If you don’t pay the congestion charge within a day, you get fined 60 pounds. If you wait beyond 14 days to pay that, it goes up to 120 pounds. 

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