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Highsided and Wind Vulnerable Vehicles
There is currently a global shortage of microchips which has affected the manufacture of all electrical items, including the Tags we use. This means that our Tag supply chain has also been affected. We are continuing to work with our suppliers, but are informed that our most recent order will be significantly delayed as a result of this global shortage.
Therefore, in order to minimise the impact on our customers, and as a temporary measure, we have made some changes to our system that will allow our customers to use the freeflow Tag Lane, once your vehicle has been successfully added to your HumberTag account.
Please note this temporary change to the system will NOT allow you to use the toll booths – if you drive to a Toll Booth without a fitted Tag in your vehicle, payment will be required via debit/credit card.
HumberTag will be dispatched in due course, however, whilst you are awaiting your HumberTag(s) you are able to use the Tag Lane, providing your account has the necessary funds.
We would ask you not to make contact with the Customer Services Team for an update on the timescale for sending out a Tag, but would like to reassure you that a Tag will be processed and issued in due course.
Yes – In order for the Tag to be picked up by the sensors on the Humber Bridge. Fitting instructions are provided when you receive your Tag.
No – HumberTags are vehicle registration specific; they cannot be switched to a vehicle with a different registration than the one registered with us. To do so would result in violations being incurred.
If you need to change the registration which is associated to the Tag, for example, you have changed vehicles, then you will first need to inform the Customer Service team (via the Contact Form) and await confirmation of the change.
Replacement brackets can be obtained from the manned toll booths. There is no charge for this.
The 10% toll discount shows separately on your account. If you log into your Tag account and click the ‘View Transactions’ button, you will see a list of all of the crossings you have made. On this screen it will simply show the toll tarif your vehicle comes under – £1.50 for a car (for example).
The discount is shown on a separate tab on this screen – ‘Charges/Deductions’. You will see an amount for the discount (£0.15 for a car, £1.20 for an HGV, etc) with a date and time that corresponds with your crossing.