Transport for London wants your views on the proposed changes to the way drivers pay for the congestion charge.
TfL has worked closely with Google and a number of other search engines to better enforce their advertising policies to ensure ads for Congestion Charge payments are not misleading or otherwise unlawful.
Customers should always pay via the official TfL website to avoid paying unnecessary charges imposed by unofficial sites and remove the risk of receiving a Penalty Charge Notice.
The proactive action taken by TfL and others has seen the number of payments being made by unofficial payments sites fall significantly.
This additional provision will make it even harder to operate an unofficial payment site that misleads TfL’s customers and is otherwise unlawful.
The move follows efforts to persuade search engines to downgrade the websites and give TfL's official payment page more prominence.
Transport for London is considering scrapping text messages as a payment method for congestion charges.