Travelling in Europe after Brexit

Travelling in Europe after Brexit

Will Brexit impact my caravan or motorhome holiday?

The UK has now left the EU and members naturally have questions about travelling to EU countries.

As we've now entered a transition period the good news is that you can continue to travel as you have in the past until at least the end of December 2020. 

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

  • British passports will still be valid. There is no requirement to have 6 months remaining on your passport although it does need to be valid for the whole trip.    
  • 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    
  • UK driving licences can be used without the need for 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 the end of December 2020
  • Mobile phone 'surcharge free' roaming regulation should still apply