While a Brexit withdrawal agreement has been confirmed, we're keeping a close eye on how trade negotiations may affect your insurance at the end of the transition period (31 Dec 2020). For regular news and updates, keep checking this page.
Most of our policies are not affected by Brexit, but if you’re travelling to or from Europe, you may find there are some changes after the transition period.
You do not currently need a Green Card to drive in Europe. However, if you’d like one as a precaution, please see the motor insurance section below for details.
As a Brexit withdrawal agreement has been confirmed, you don’t currently need a Green Card to tow your caravan or trailer abroad. However, this position could change at the end of the transition period (31 Dec 2020) once detailed trade negotiations are completed. If this happens, please contact your car insurer who may need to provide separate Green Cards for your car and for your caravan or trailer.
If your car insurance is with LV= and you’re planning on driving in Europe, you can get a Green Card as a precaution. Please follow the instructions under the motor insurance section above to order your Green Card.
Please allow enough time for your Green Card to arrive. We’ll post it 1st Class on the next working day.
Following Brexit, your pet will continue to be covered abroad as it is now but, if you are planning to travel with your pet to Europe, ensure you have contacted your vet well in advance of your trip to confirm if additional vet checks and documentation are required before you leave.
For the latest advice on travelling with your pet after Brexit, visit Gov.UK.