What Brexit means for drivers – experts answer the most common questions

What Brexit means for drivers – experts answer the most common questions
What Brexit means for drivers – experts answer the most common questions

With Brexit less than six months away there are a huge number of questions about its impact still to be answered.

While much of the focus is on trade deals and immigration rules the details are still hazy on other issues, including how leaving the EU will affect the millions of Britons who drive in Europe every year.

Research by Eurotunnel has found that more than half (59 per cent) of Britons don’t know what will happen to their passports after Brexit and 41 per cent don’t know if their UK driving licence will allow them to drive in the EU after March 29th next year.

To clear up some of the confusion, Eurotunnel’s sales and marketing director Jae Hopkins along with AA president Edmund King and travel expert Simon Calder sat down to answer some of the most common questions.

The trio also took part in a live stream where they answered more Brexit travel questions from the public, which can be viewed here.

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