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Subject Topic: M25/Dartford Crossing
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Message posted by themarstonscooper on 01/6/2015 at 9:38pm
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Dart save is no more benefit that doing it yourself, all it is really is an outfit that you register your car with they then register your car on their account and give you 21 days to pay them. You cant sign up after crossing, it has to be before crossing so they wont fine you as they cant and neither will dart charge as dart save have paid your 1.67 fee.       They pay dart charge 1.67 and charge you 2.50 for doing something you could have done yourself.    Now I grant you its only 83p profit per crossing you will still have to fill in their account details same as filling in a Dart charge account. You'd be better off one dart charge shared between friends even like us   We have about 15 families of us with around 32 vehicles all on the same account. someone adds it up every six months and we paypal as friends to a pot and one of us tops the account up.
Imagine Dart save like that but it seeks to make a profit it makes a profit on the account vehicle, they pay 2.50, dart save pay dart charge 1.67 so not sure what saving it actually is. Now its only 83p but 100000 83p's well that's 83,000.00 not bad for a bit of software. I imagine it will likely come to an end as I can hardly see the government or TFL or whoever it is allowing it to continue   they will probably put some account criteria in place saying only vehicle owned by account holder.

Open a Dart charge account its just as easy and cheaper

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Message posted by Francais on 30/7/2015 at 5:35pm
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Dartsave seems like another operation like saneftollinguk, and those firms that charge you 20 for a free NHS EHIC card, why folk use these companies is beyond me, when it's just as easy to set up yourself, and the cost is less.

Why would anyone wan't to delay a 2.50 payment for 21 days, when you could simply pay 1.67 straight from your Dart account, I clearly must me missing something!

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