Sometimes it’s essential to get around, either for work or leisure. You may be eligible for help with your travel costs, or just need a little advice on available discounts.
Cutting fuel duty
Fuel duty for petrol and diesel was cut by 5 pence per litre across the whole of the UK in March 2022 for a 12-month period. This measure has since been extended by a further 12 months until March 2024. It saves £100 for the average car driver, £200 for the average van driver and £1,500 for the average haulier.
Save 1/3rd on rail journeys
You can get up to a third off train fares with a railcard in Great Britain, saving up to £142 a year on average.
Save one third on rail journeys with a railcard.
50% off travel if you’re on Universal Credit
You may be eligible for a Jobcentre Plus Travel Discount Card if you’re on Universal Credit.
Find out more information on the National Rail website.
In England you can get a bus pass for free travel when you reach the State Pension age.
Apply for an older person’s bus pass.
If you’re disabled then you may be eligible for a disabled person’s pass if you live in England.