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 van 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). Under 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:
How do I get a Green Card?
If you need a Green Card, here's what you'll need to do:
The Government have made the following briefings available on their website:
If you are intending to drive in Europe, please contact us to get a Green Card. We will be able to discuss your travel plans and issue you with a Green Card in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
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