This is not meant to be a political thread - but a heads up to a quite possible scenario after 29th March. And it's not any 'Project Fear' stuff either - I've been talking to my Insurance Company about it who say plans for this are well in hand. Many of us will be heading abroad over the Easter holidays. The school holidays start around 8th April. Most UK drivers haven't had need to think about insurance for European travel for many years as all our UK policies provide the minimum coverage for all of the EU/EEA and a few other countries that have signed up to the Council of Bureaux rules - namely Andorra, Croatia, Serbia and Switzerland. Croatia despite being in the EU is an odd case for reasons too complicated to explain here. So no need for a Green Card unless travelling to countries not covered above. But all that is about to change if, and I stress if, there is no Brexit deal. The international agreement gives only the minimum cover - equivalent to our Third Party Only. To have the same cover as in the UK if you have more than Third Party, you need to ensure that your particular insurance company either includes 'foreign-travel' at no extra cost or whether you need to opt for that extra facility and perhaps pay extra for it. Green Cards and/or extending full cover are NOT free from every Insurance Company. I travel regularly as far as Greece - transiting several countries some EU/EEA, some not, so have need for a Green Card every time. I'm just off the phone from talking to my Insurance company as I'm setting out for Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia in a couple of weeks - i.e before Brexit, and returning probably late April. They tell me that they have plans to issue Green Cards to anyone who requests them. Already many people have booked skiing trips for example over the Easter school holiday break which starts on 8th April. I think there ought to be a public information message to make folks aware of the possible need for a Green Card. So if anyone is heading off for a 'Spring Break' - they would be well advised to check it out. Edit: Just seen on another forum that this could apply to Republic of Ireland and possibly also The Channel Islands and Isle of Mann.