Brexit – what are the consequences?

As things stand today the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on 29th March 2019. It is still unclear whether Brexit will be based on an agreement between the UK and the EU or not. A valid Green Card may be necessary for cross-border traffic when travelling to the United Kingdom.

TFF will follow the development. This information will be updated. You can also contact your insurer before travelling.

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