This is an uncertain time with the UK’s exit from the EU still to be agreed. If you're concerned about Brexit and the impact to your existing car insurance policy, we're here to help. Find out the latest information and what the changes could mean for you.
You may have seen in the news recently that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, you will need to get a Green Card as proof of insurance to drive in the European Union (EU).
However, the European Union (EU) has recently granted the UK an extension to the Brexit process until 31st October 2019. This means that Green Cards are currently not required for driving in the European Union (EU) before the 31st October 2019. We will continue to monitor Brexit developments and if there is a need for us to issue Green Cards for travel after 31st October 2019 we will provide a further update.
European Union regulations, drivers in the United Kingdom that are planning or will be driving in the European Union (EU) will need a Green Card as proof of insurance from their insurance provider.
You may be affected if:
If you're planning to drive in the European Union (EU) after the 31st October 2019, you will need to request a Green Card from your current Car Insurance provider.
You will need to contact us about a month before you are due to travel in the European Union (EU).
You will only need to get a Green Card if you're planning on driving in the European Union (EU) after the 31st October 2019.
If you need a Green Card, here's what you'll need to do:
Anyone driving in the European Union (EU) without a Green Card after the 31st October 2019 may be breaking the law.
The Government have made the following briefings available on their website. If you are travelling later in the year, please keep checking the websites for further updates around any changes to Green Card requirements.
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