M6toll celebrates 125th millionth customer

John Langstaff, has won free travel on the M6toll for 12 months.  He was awarded the Freedom of the Road at the head office of M6toll operators, Midland Expressway Limited.

John Langstaff said "I commute daily from my home in Burntwood to my workplace in Solihull and travel around the region on business visiting clients on behalf of my employer, Northgate Managed Services.  I always choose to use the M6toll as it the most reliable route, ensuring that I'm always on time for my appointments. With the introduction of the dedicated green lanes at the mainline plazas, my journey is now even more enjoyable as you can pass through the plaza without stopping."

"Being awarded Freedom of the Road was a real surprise.  I use the road regularly for both personal and business journeys, so unlimited free travel for a year will be very welcome."  

Tom Fanning, CEO of Midland Expressway Limited said "Mr Langstaff has been awarded the Freedom of the Road, which entitles him to unlimited journeys using his M6toll Tag.  I'm delighted to hear that he has already experienced the benefits of using a Tag - including the 5% discount every journey, dedicated Tag lanes and online account management.  This is a milestone for the M6toll, which has been serving motorists since December 2003, and we were keen to celebrate."

The M6toll Tag is a windscreen mounted electronic device which allows drivers to use dedicated Tag lanes at all toll plazas, passing through without the need to stop and pay.  The benefits of the M6toll Tag can be easily experienced immediately by purchasing a Quick Start Tag for £25 from local Motorway Service Areas or online at www.m6toll.co.uk.  The Quick Start Tag is ready to use straight away and is pre-loaded with £25 worth of credit for use on the M6toll.  Full details with regard to the benefits of the M6toll Tag together with current offers are available on our website www.m6toll.co.uk

 

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Image: (left to right) David Slater, Finance Director (MEL) and John Langstaff

 

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