No-deal Brexit warning for UK drivers
It has today been announced that UK drivers risk breaking the law if they plan on driving abroad after 29th March if there’s a no-deal Brexit. Amanda Stretton, motoring editor at Confused.com says:
“As if Brexit wasn’t confusing enough, drivers are now uncertain if they will need to carry ‘Green Cards’ as proof of insurance when driving in the EU if the UK leaves without a withdrawal deal. This could be in as little as 10 weeks’ time!
“Whilst Green Cards are currently issued at no additional cost, it is unclear if motorists will have to cover the costs of administration fees. Drivers could also have to fork out extra money to get an International Driving Permit on top of the initial cost of their trip.
“If we do reach a no-deal Brexit, we advise those planning a trip to Europe after March 2019 to research the requirements and details of the Green Card and International Driving Permit. Using our guide, drivers can educate themselves on all tips for driving abroad and how to cut costs where possible.”
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