Vehicle insurance cover in the EEA post Brexit

February 4th 2019

As the debate and negotiations around the terms of the Brexit deal continue, it remains difficult to forecast with any true degree of certainty exactly what conditions will apply once we leave the EU.

As the debate and negotiations around the terms of the Brexit deal continue, it remains difficult to forecast with any true degree of certainty exactly what conditions will apply once we leave the EU.

Whilst we remain in the EU there is no need to carry a green card. If you intend to travel in Europe with your vehicle and your trip overlaps the 29 March 2019 (or any subsequent agreed withdrawal date) you must contact Lycetts with your dates of travel and we will arrange adequate cover with your motor insurer.

If you have not made adequate arrangements you may not be able to cross European Borders (this is equally relevant for trips crossing the Irish/Northern Ireland border).

The European Commission have not clarified whether the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) system will continue to operate. Clients should carry their travel insurance documents with them or their insurers medical assistance contact number should they be injured or fall ill abroad.

For further help and advice please ring 0845 671 8999, email info@lycetts.co.uk or speak to your usual Lycetts contact.

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