Kind and wise pay people, if any of you have the final answer on this question I'd be very grateful. JSP 752: 04.1310. Toll, Passenger Ferry, Congestion Charges and Parking Fees. HDT (Public) or (Private) recipients who incur toll fees, passenger ferry costs, Congestion Charge, or parking fees at, or close to, train or coach stations or ferry terminals, as part of their regular journey to and from work, will be eligible to claim actual refund costs provided that their total daily return claim does not exceed the value of the appropriate HDT (Public) or (Private) 50 mile rate. My question is, in interpreting this regulation, when applied with HDT(Public) auto do you apply it as a standalone daily amount, so say if the charges were Â£2.00, but the HDT difference between 50 miles and HDT auto distance was Â£1.00, so therefore for every claim for Â£2.00 you can only have Â£1.00, but for every day you incur it. Giving you a JPA claim for Â£20 for a month. or, do you apply it cumaltitvely as the HDT auto is, so the difference is Â£1.00 x 30 days, making Â£30 max claimable, therefore you claim 15 actual out of 20 actual payment days at the full Â£2.00. Giving you a JPA claim for Â£30 for a month. Finally for extra points, what additional guidance or resources would you use to aid the interpretation, as it is suggested either way could be correct?