Do I need a Green Card to travel from Northern Ireland to southern Ireland?
From Monday 2 August 2021, NI drivers (private and commercial) will no longer need to carry a physical Green Card when travelling across the border into the Republic of Ireland or driving in the rest of the EU and EEA, to prove they have valid insurance cover for their vehicle.
Do Northern Ireland drivers need a Green Card to drive in Republic of Ireland?
Green Card insurance documents which have been required for Northern Ireland motorists post-Brexit to drive in the Republic will no longer be required, the European Commission has said.
Can I drive in Ireland without Green Card?
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. You may need to carry a green card to drive in other countries, including: Albania.
Do I need a Green Card to drive from UK to Ireland?
British motorists will no longer need a Green Card for their car before driving to EU countries, it has been confirmed. … This is because Northern Irish drivers have needed to carry a Green Card when visiting other EU destinations, including the neighbouring Republic of Ireland.
Do UK drivers need a Green Card?
There was some good news recently for the UK motorist. It was announced that drivers of UK-registered vehicles will no longer need a Green Card to evidence they have valid motor insurance when driving in the EU.
Do I need Green Card for Northern Ireland?
A Green Card is not required for those planning on driving their Irish registered vehicle in the UK, including Northern Ireland, so long as they have a valid Irish insurance disc. … The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) is the Green Card Bureau for the Republic of Ireland.
Do I need a green card to drive in Europe 2021?
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In the meantime, people wishing to drive their cars in EU member states need to carry a printed Green Card. … Vehicle make, model and registration number for each car you are taking. Details of trailer or caravan as these will need a separate Green Card.
Do I need 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.
Can I drive in Northern Ireland with an Irish licence?
Residents. Car and motorcycle driving licence holders (ordinary driving licence) can drive in NI as long as the licence is valid, or you can exchange the licence for a NI one to show your new details.
Are green cards required?
As things stand, UK-based motorists are required to carry green cards when driving in any Green Card System country (this may change in the near future, in which case this guidance will be updated).
Can I drive in Ireland with a UK driving licence?
If you hold a UK driving licence, you can drive in Ireland if you live in the UK and are visiting Ireland. … You can still exchange it for an Irish licence provided the licence is valid or is not expired for more than 1 year. You will continue to be licensed during the exchange process.
Can I drive in Ireland with a UK licence after Brexit?
A. In a no-deal Brexit scenario, as a resident in Ireland, your UK driving licence will not be valid to drive here in Ireland.