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Bath (or any) Congestion Charge

If you are looking for information about the Bath Congestion Charge (or any other) there is a website that gives you information about every congestion charge in the country for your car for free. 

Carcheck123.com has all the info and you also get a free car check in the bargain. 

The Bath Congestion Charge only applies to trade vehicles (self-employed, have a van) so for most of you it won't apply. But I think some of the others (here's looking at you London) do cover normal cars.

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