What documents do I need to drive in Spain after Brexit?
For driving in Spain, Cyprus or Malta you need a GB sticker no matter what is on your number plate. But from 28 September, the sticker needed will be changing from GB to UK, at which point you will need a sticker to drive abroad even if you have GB on your number plate.
Do I need a green card after Brexit?
Millions of UK motorists will no longer have to obtain an insurance “green card” before taking their car to EU countries after the requirement for extra Brexit-related paperwork was dropped.
Do I need a green card to drive in Europe after Brexit?
Your UK vehicle insurance gives you a minimum of third party cover to drive your vehicle in EU countries. … You do not need to carry a green card when you drive in the EU (including Ireland), Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia, and Switzerland. You still need valid vehicle insurance.
Can you drive in Spain after Brexit?
The only EU/EEA country you’ll need a 1926 IDP for is Lichtenstein, while the 1949 IDP applies to Cyprus, Iceland, Malta and Spain. All other EU/EEA countries accept the 1968 IDP. … Brits who drive from France and Spain, however, will need a 1949 and a 1968 IDP before they travel.
Can I use my UK driving Licence in Spain?
Yes, you can drive in Spain using your full UK driving licence. But you must be at least 18 years old and, obviously, it must be in-date. Unlike in some other European countries, you don’t need an international driving permit to drive there.
What will happen if you own a holiday home in Spain after Brexit?
Will Brexit affect my rights as a homeowner in Spain? No. The UK’s decision to leave the EU does not affect homeownership rights in Spain. These will continue to be the same as they were prior to Brexit.
Do you need GB sticker to drive in Europe?
“Any driver with a GB sticker on their car now needs to replace it with a new UK one if they are taking their vehicle abroad. Drivers also need to remember that number plates featuring the blue band and letters ‘GB’ next to the European golden stars are also no longer valid.”
Can I drive on EU Licence after Brexit?
EU licence-holders visiting the UK can continue to drive using their EU licence without needing an International Driving Permit.