In the event of a no deal Brexit, all UK motorists who wish to drive in Europe may need to carry a Green Card to prove they have insurance. If this happens and you plan to drive your own car in the EU you'll need to request a Green Card from us.
Yes. We, like all UK motor insurance providers, will continue to provide you the legal minimum motor insurance cover for travel to EEA countries as part of your current policy.
So, if you're a UK motorist, you won't need to purchase additional third-party motor insurance policy cover. Many of our customers will actually have a similar level of cover abroad as they get in the UK. For details of your cover, check your policy booklet.
Any member of the European Union, plus Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Andorra and Serbia. You'll also need a Green Card if you plan to drive between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Find out more details on the countries included.
While Brexit negotiations are on-going you won't need a Green Card to drive in the EU.
We'll keep this page up-to-date with any new information so make sure to check here if you're planning to drive in the EU.
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