Travelling in Europe after Brexit

Travelling in Europe after Brexit

Will Brexit impact my caravan or motorhome holiday?

Whilst many of you have already booked your trips for 2020 and are ready to travel regardless of what political agreement is reached, a number of specific questions have been raised about what might happen when the UK leaves the European Union (EU).

We've identified the information most relevant to you, travelling abroad with caravans and motorhomes, in the hope that it will help you find out what impact Brexit may have on your holiday plans.

The UK is set to leave the EU on 31 January 2020. If the Prime Minister's Withdrawal Agreement Bill is ratified before this date, the UK will enter a transition period until 31 December 2020 meaning we can continue to travel as we do now.

During the transition period you can travel to Europe in the knowledge that:   

  • British passports will still be valid  
  • European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) will still be valid although we do always recommend that members have suitable travel insurance due to the limitations of EHIC  
  • Visas will not be required    
  • You will not need an International Driving Permit or Green Card for your vehicle insurance
  • If you have a pet passport, it will still be valid for travel before 31 January

If the Withdrawal Agreement Bill is not ratified (and you're travelling after 31 January 2020), we've identified the information most relevant when travelling abroad with caravans and motorhomes to help you find out what impact Brexit may have on your holiday plans.

Caravan and motorhome holidays after Brexit

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