If you plan on towing on your European trip, you should check if you need to register your caravan or trailer, as some countries require you to display a separate registration plate.
If you do, it means you’ll also need to carry a green card for the trailer or caravan (but not your car). If you’re insured with LV= you can email [email protected] and let us know:
• Your policy number, vehicle registration and postcode
• The make of the caravan or trailer
• The registration number of the caravan or trailer
Please allow enough time for your Green Card to arrive. We’ll post it 1st Class on the next working day.
Green Cards are valid until your next policy renewal date, so you can travel as much as you like on the same Green Card within the 180-day policy limit.
If your car is with another insurer, contact them to arrange a green card.
You must make sure you take a physical copy of your Green Card with you when travelling abroad, as digital copies may not be accepted.
If you require a Green Card when travelling abroad and do not have a valid one, you may be refused entry to the country you’re travelling to or you could be subject to a fine, having your vehicle seized or prosecution.