AS THE Brexit deadline looms, many Britons are involved about how this may affect points of their lives and have an effect on their journey plans.
Assuming the UK does depart the EU on January 31 below phrases of the Withdrawal settlement, holidaymakers and enterprise travellers will want to pay attention to the mandatory steps to take to keep away from an disruption throughout their journey plans. Will Britons have to replace their passports?
“It’s possible you’ll have to renew your British passport earlier should you’re travelling after Brexit,” the positioning reads.
“On the day you journey, you’ll want your passport to each:
– have at the least six months left
– be lower than 10 years outdated (even when it has 6 months or extra left)
– If you don’t renew it, chances are you’ll not be capable to journey to most EU international locations and Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.”
“It’s because the EHIC scheme covers pre-existing situations, whereas many journey insurance coverage insurance policies don’t.”
Will Britons want a visa to journey to the EU after Brexit?
The European Parliament confirmed that UK residents is not going to want a visa to journey to the EU after Brexit. That is particularly for short-term enterprise or leisure journeys. UK residents can keep within the EU for as much as 90 days and not using a visa.
Can Britons nonetheless drive within the EU?
British travellers could have to have further paperwork. Based on Gov.co.uk: “You’ll want a world driving allow (IDP) to drive in some international locations.
“For those who’re taking your individual car, you’ll additionally want a ‘inexperienced card’ – enable…