This could be due to a number of reasons:

  • If you have outstanding payments on your account, we reserve the right to charge your card to retrieve these.
  • If you have any outstanding charges (PCN's that cannot be appealed, accident excess, vehicle expense requests) we also reserve the right to charge your card for this.
  • We will also charge your account for PCNs that cannot be appealed, such as bus lane contraventions. For PCNs that can be appealed, we will transfer liability to your name and you may challenge them as you wish. Please get in contact with us within 72 hours of receiving the PCN notification, if this is the case.
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