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Friday, 7 February, 2003, 13:14 GMT
How will the congestion charge affect you?
London's congestion charge is introduced on February 17
The congestion charge is introduced on 17 February
Do you drive to work in London?

Are you a public service worker who is not exempt for the charge under congestion regulations?

Or are you doing the school run? Will you continue by car or opt for public transport?

Will you be forced to pay anyway through lack of a practical alternative?

BBC News Online is interested in hearing from anyone whose work or life routine will be adversely affected by the new system.

If you are not exempt, but feel you should be, write in and tell us why.

Your experiences will be recorded and form a part of a BBC News Online report on the congestion charge system.

Let us know if you are interested in taking part by filling in the form below, including details of your commute into central London, whether you will try alternative transport or have no choice but to pay the charge.

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