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How might Brexit affect my European travel plans?
If you’re planning a holiday to Europe in your motorhome or campervan you no longer need to carry a Green Card to show proof of insurance.
If you’re driving your motorhome or campervan in the EU, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia and Switzerland, your motorhome insurance documents will be sufficient and will give you the same level of cover that you have in the UK.
You’ll need a copy of your motorhome insurance documents to prove you’re insured for driving in the EU.
You’ll also need to take your driving licence, log book, and you’ll need a UK sticker for your motorhome. You might need an International Driving Permit for some EU countries.
There’s more information about EU travel rules here.
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