Brexit – a reminder and update on Green Cards
As 31 October approaches, uncertainty continues about whether the UK leaves the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement (a ‘no-deal Brexit’).
If this happens, UK motor insurance customers driving in the European Economic Area, Andorra, Serbia and Switzerland will need physical proof of motor insurance when they travel, commonly referred to as a Green Card.
In preparation, earlier this year we reviewed our processes for the fulfilment of Green Cards to ensure we’re well placed to deliver the service you and your customers expect.
Whatever the Brexit outcome, we’ll continue to update you with further information and/or actions you and your customers may need to take that are relevant to their policies as soon as we can.
As a reminder, here's our Green Card FAQ document.
Please be aware there is new government advice that UK motorists travelling with trailers and caravans should have two Green Cards issued – one for the towing vehicle and one for the trailer/caravan.
In the meantime, should you have any questions, please contact your local underwriter or Aviva Sales Manager.
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