Indeed it is. A zero-fare should apply on that over-distance excess (and should be done prior to travel).Hi,
I have a off-peak return ticket Oxford-Birmingham International.
I am wondering if it is possible to excess the RTN part BHI-OXF to BHM (Birmingham New Street)-OXF?
What's the position if you genuinely only discover your need to extend your journey once already en-route? i.e. that its only after you've started your journey that you get a phone call that changes your journey plans. Can you excess your ticket or would you have to buy a separate ticket on the journey?But an over distance excess is a different kettle of fish, and must be bought before travel (where facilities exist).