Driving Abroad - Green Card Information

If the United Kingdom (UK) exits the European Union (EU) without a deal driving in Europe will require the issue of a Green Card.

A Green card is an international certificate of insurance which provides confirmation insurance is in force for driving in the EU.

After the 31st October 2019 any customer who wishes to drive a vehicle in the EU will be required to carry a green card with them. Customers cannot take an electronic copy with them.

If a green card is required for any specified vehicle for social domestic and pleasure use this can be issued by us.

We will require a minimum notice period of 14 days to guarantee that the document can be provided in sufficient time.

We will not charge for this cover in the EEA, Andorra, Switzerland and Serbia.

To request a green card please use the email address of info@cginsurance.com

The email must show the policy number; the dates of cover the green card is required for and the countries to be visited

For business use or for use in other green card countries the request should be sent via the current adjustment process for this to be considered.

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