Travelling after Brexit
In the absence of any kind of reassurance from anybody, I am 'prepping' for our Easter visit to the Creuse. Today, we got International Driving Permits (1968) from the Post Office, I have checked my EU breakdown cover and health insurance will continue to be valid and have requested a Green Card from my car insurer as proof of insurance on the continent. It's beginning to look a lot like 1970.
We have also taken the decision not to go via Dover but take an alternative route as we are travelling very close to 'B' Day. Part of me feels that, like the Millennium Bug, it may all be a damp squib, but better save than sorry!
Is there anything else, I should be considering and for those of you resident in France full time, what is the advice have you been given if you are travelling the other way with French documents?