Congestion Charge - Dispute PCN
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Please note that only the person named on the penalty charge notice (PCN) can dispute a PCN – regardless of whether or not they were driving. PCNs will always be issued to the “registered keeper”of a vehicle – i.e. the owner recorded by the DVLA.
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