You may have heard in the news that in the event of a no deal Brexit, customers who will be driving in the EU after the UK leaves, may be required under EU regulations to obtain a Green Card from their insurer as proof of insurance. We are here to help explain how this can affect you if you are driving in the EU or EEA after this date.
Although nobody knows yet exactly what is going to happen when we leave the EU on the 31st January 2020, there’s one thing we do know; after this date, you may need to show a Green Card as proof your car is insured, if:
You may also need to show a separate, additional Green Card if you will be towing a trailer or caravan.
If you are driving in the EU or EEA without a Green Card, you may be breaking the law.
If we provide car insurance for you then here’s what you need to know about getting a Green Card:
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