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A toll new experience

From 6th April 2024, we’re changing the way we charge you to use the M6toll. 

Calculate how much you’ll pay

The price you pay depends on the type of vehicle you’re driving and where you exit M6toll

How do I pay?

If you do not have an account with us, you must choose a toll lane with a green arrow or contactless symbol displayed on the gantry above.

You can only pay by card or smart device. We don’t accept cash. To pay, simply tap your contactless card/device on the reader or swipe your fuel card down the slot on the right hand side. If you need a receipt, press the ‘Receipt’ button after you have paid. Please note that receipts will only be available online from April 2024.

If your credit/debit card doesn’t support contactless payment, simply insert it in the slot at the bottom of the reader. You won’t need your PIN.

Where do I pay?

There are main carriageway (‘mainline’) toll plazas between junctions T6 and T7 (northbound), and between junctions T4 and T3 (southbound). If you are exiting at junctions T3, T4, T5 or T6, the (‘junction’) toll plazas are situated just after you leave the main carriageway.


Our aim is to offer a world-class motorway experience. As a privately funded, constructed and operated road, income from tolls is reinvested to maintain these high standards.

Pricing Guides

Toll rates effective from 13th October 2023 (all prices inclusive of VAT)

Class 1 Motorbike
Class 1 - Motorbike
Class 2 Cars
Class 3 Car & Trailer
Class 4 Van or Motorhome
Class 5 HGV
Mainline Junction
£4.30 £3.00
Mainline Junction
£8.90 £5.80
Mainline Junction
£12.90 £8.70
Mainline Junction
£15.30 £12.30
Mainline Junction
£15.90 £13.20

From 6th April 2024, we’re changing the way we charge you to use the M6toll.  To calculate how much you’ll pay click here

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Vehicle Classification

Vehicle Class Number of Wheels Number of Axles Vehicle Type
Class One 2 or less 0 Under 1.3m Class 1
Class Two 4 or more 2 Under 1.3m Class 2
Class Three 4 or more more than 2 Under 1.3m Class 3
Class Four 4 or more 2 1.3m or over Class 4
Class Five 4 or more more than 2, up to 6 1.3m or over Class 5

A typical car has 2 axles, is under 1.3 metres at the first axle and will be Class 2.

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Heavy Vehicles

The following charges apply to wide and abnormal load vehicles (over 44 tonnes or over 2.9m wide).

Class 11 12 13 14 15 16 +VR1 17
Vehicle Type C & U C & U STGO 1 STGO 1 STGO 2/3 STGO 2/3 Extra for VR1 Permit Special Order
Width in Metres 2.9 – 3.5 3.5 – 4.3 up to 3.5 3.5 – 5.0 up to 3.5 3.5 – 5.0 5.0 to 6.0 up to 6.0
Price £31.80 £47.70 £47.70 £111.30 £111.30 £302.10 Phone Customer Services on 0330 660 0790


In accordance with the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994, we automatically exempt all liveried Emergency Vehicles. All non-liveried Emergency Vehicles should contact Customer Services on 0330 660 0790 for information on the correct procedure prior to using the M6toll.

In accordance with the Armed Forces Act 2006, M6toll grants exemption to members of the regular Armed Forces on duty, vehicles used in military service belonging to the Crown or other vehicles driven by people in the service of the Crown. Ministry of Defence exemption passes can be obtained from your local MT Section. Please do not contact the MOD regarding M6toll MEP applications.

If you have a disability or an organisation which transports people with disabilities, you may be eligible for an M6toll Mobility Exemption Pass.

Click here to apply.

Exemption from the toll fee will be granted when a vehicle with a Mobility Exemption attached enters the toll plaza and the nominated disabled person is present in the vehicle. If assistance is required, customers should press the call for assistance button, CCTV is in operation to assist with verification.

Please note that the blue badge scheme does not differentiate between those who are entitled to exemption and those who are not. Please include evidence of the applicant receiving one of the below:

To qualify for a Mobility Exemption, the holder must be in receipt of one of the following and provide evidence when making an application:

  • A V5 Vehicle Registration Document showing the vehicle registration number and the road tax classification ‘Disabled’
  • A confirmation letter to claim vehicle road tax classification status of ‘Disabled’ and vehicle registration number under a Motability Vehicle Lease Agreement
  • War pensioner mobility supplement
  • Armed Forces Independence Payment.
  • Disability Living Allowance (DLA) by virtue of entitlement to the Mobility Component at the Higher Rate.
  • Is in receipt of disability assistance for children and young people by virtue of entitlement to the Mobility Component at the Higher Rate.
  • Personal Independent Payment (PIP) by virtue of entitlement to the Mobility Component at the Enhanced Rate.