RAC comments on impact on drivers' insurance in the event of a Brexit 'no deal'

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RAC comments on impact on drivers' insurance in the event of a Brexit 'no deal'

Commenting on the publication by the Government of guidance related to vehicle insurance and the impact of a 'no deal' BrexitRAC Insurance spokesperson Rod Dennis said:

“This latest advice indicates that, in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, drivers visiting Europe will need to remember to request a Green Card from their insurer as part of their pre-trip planning. At the moment, UK drivers do not need a Green Card for travel within the European Economic Area, as well as in Switzerland, Andorra and Serbia.

“Drivers will be hoping that they do not face the inconvenience of remembering to carry additional paperwork with them every time they visit an EU country.”

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