If you are travelling in the UK before they leave the EU, there is change to the cover your policy provides.
If when the UK leaves the EU, they do so on a ‘No-Deal Brexit’, the UK will accept a valid motor insurance certificate or disc as proof of insurance for Irish-registered vehicles.
In relation to Irish registered motorcycle or agricultural tractor vehicles, some of these vehicles display insurance discs and some do not. If you are travelling to the UK including Northern Ireland, no additional documentation is required if the vehicle has a valid Irish insurance disc. However, if the vehicle does not have a valid Irish insurance disc then it is recommended that you carry your motor insurance certificate with you or obtain a Green Card from your insurance provider.
It’s important to note that some of the requirements in this article might change, depending on what terms are decided when the UK leaves the EU: You can view official Brexit updates from GOV.UK.
What is a Green Card?
A Green Card is a document that can be presented to law enforcement officers when needed, it provides proof of insurance. It is a physical document, printed on green paper and cannot be issued in an electronic format.
I need a Green Card, what do I do and what happens next?
Call our customer services team as soon as possible, it could take up to four weeks to issue so please call us on 1800 298 551 as soon as you know your travel plans
We will need to know
There is no charge for the Green Card, once processed we will send this to you, make sure you take the Green Card and your insurance certificate with you on your travels
As always, if you have any questions about your policy, you can contact us on 1800 298 551.