DRIVING IN EUROPE – UK NUMBER PLATES
There have been many changes in our world since this photo was taken. Recent changes to the rules when driving in Europe since BREXIT now allow UK drivers to visit all 30 European Economic Area countries as well as Andorra, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia and Switzerland without the need for a Green Card (International Motor Insurance Certificate).
From 28th September 2021 the United Nations (UN) has advised that the GB stickers, that have been in use for over 100 years, will no longer be valid to drive abroad. Instead, motorists will need
to display a ‘UK’ sticker/magnet to drive their vehicle on foreign roads. For those with the GB emblem printed on your number plate, you can either order one of the new UK plates or simply use a UK sticker/magnet alongside the old GB printed number plate. The new UK sign will be inclusive of Northern Ireland, which is not included in the term ‘Great Britain’.
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