Are you planning on driving your car through Europe after the 30th March 2019?
With all the uncertainty we are faced with around Brexit, we wanted to give you as much information as we can.
At the moment any details surrounding Brexit are very vague due to nobody knowing whether we are going to get a deal or no deal Brexit. If the UK leaves the EU in March with no deal then Green Cards will have to be used to travel in your vehicle in the EU. These will be provided by us or your insurance provider. We will ensure that we keep all of our consumers up to date when we find out from the Government how we need to proceed.
*EU time: Midnight on 30th March 2019
UK time: 11pm on 29th March 2019
What is a Green Card and how do you apply for one?
Green Cards are essentially an international insurance certificate which proves that your UK insurance provides you with the minimum compulsary cover required by law of the country you are visiting. You must apply for one by contacting us 2 - 3 weeks before your trip, and there may be a fee that applies.
Who needs a Green Card?
If the UK leaves the EU without agreeing a deal and you plan on taking your vehicle to the continent or cross the Irish border by road, you will need to have a Green Card.
If anything changes and as new developments are made, we will be sure to keep you updated