However, there will be a subsequent transition period until 31st December 2020. During this time, the UK will continue to be subject to EU rules while negotiations between the two continue.
The vast majority of our customers’ insurance policies will not be affected by Brexit, if you are impacted we will contact you directly to discuss matters. We will continue to monitor the political and regulatory landscapes closely during the transition period and we will communicate to our customers as soon as we have further relevant information.
Green Cards and driving your vehicle abroad
All motor policies we arrange automatically provide the minimum cover required by law in every EU country (plus Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia and Switzerland) for no extra charge provided you do not exceed your annual policy limit for days spent off island (see your policy for details). This will remain the same in the event of either a ‘deal’ or ‘no deal’ Brexit at the end of 2020.
However, if there is ‘no deal’ between the UK and the EU at the end of the transition period you may also need a Green Card, which is a document that acts as an International Motor Insurance Certificate, to prove that you have this minimum cover.
You do not need one at present for any EU trip provided your trip will be completed before 31st December 2020.