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Overview of driving licence and vehicle document requirements for the UK leaving the EU.
As the UK leaves the EU and embarks on a transitionary period due to end on 31 December 2020, the BVRLA is providing regular updates to keep members aware of developments.
It is vital that the UK fleet sector maintains affordable and reliable access to the parts and vehicles it needs to keep the country moving. In the event of No Deal, the association calls on the Government to introduce a package of specific measures to ensure the vehicle rental and leasing sector continues to thrive and maintain its critical contribution to accelerating transport decarbonisation.
VAT registered companies across the UK will soon be allocated an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number in order to keep trading with customers and suppliers in the EU after the UK has left.
Overview of what may happen to regulations around approval of new vehicle types in the event of a no trade deal.
Overview of the possible employment and immigration status of EU citizens at the end of the transition period.
Overview of what changes could be needed to data protection legislation post Brexit.
Advice regarding insurance and taking a vehicle abroad after the transition period is completed.
Government confirms that local authorities across England will receive a share of £56.5 million to help support their preparations for Brexit.
The Association of British Insurers has set out advice for consumers and businesses, advising drivers to contact their insurer to arrange a ‘Green Card’ if they wish to drive their vehicle in the EU in the event of no-deal.