Travel and Transport

How Brexit will affect business travel, hauliers and coach operators

The information you need to keep people and goods moving

New rules will apply to passport validity after Brexit. Click here.

You may need one or more International Driving Permits to drive in the EU, click here.┬áThere’s specific information for lorry and goods vehicle drivers here and for bus and coach drivers here.

For information on mobile phone roaming click here.

For guidance for road hauliers click here and click here for a step-by-step guide to moving goods out of the UK by road.

There’s useful guidance for hauliers here on new documents required to bring goods into the EU after Brexit.

Click here for guidance on moving goods through roll-on, roll-off ports.

Click here for guidance on moving goods through the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel using common transit and here for guidance on moving good through the Port of D0ver and Eurotunnel with an ATA carnet.

Click here for guidance on Operation Brock designed to reduce congestion on the M20 approach to the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel.

Click here for advice on moving goods through the Port of Holyhead with an ATA carnet.

Click here for advice on moving between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

For guidance on operating coach tours and holidays click here.