Travel and Transport

How Brexit will affect business travel, hauliers and coach operators

The information you need to keep people and goods moving

This is the latest advice on transport and travel between the UK and EU from January 1, 2021, by air, sea, road and rail.

This is the guidance on visiting Europe and specific guidance on passenger travel.

There are individual guides on travelling for business for each EU member state.

New rules apply to passport validity and you may need one or more international driving permits to drive in the EU.

This is the guidance on healthcare for UK national visiting the EU and on healthcare for UK nationals living in the EU.

The rules governing mobile phone roaming will change and there is guidance on using your mobile in EU and EEA countries and on making calls and sending texts to the EU.

The Government has unveiled its plan to keep trade flowing after transition, including Operation Brock to minimise disruption at the Channel Ports.

This is the guidance on what UK goods vehicle operators need to do to carry out international road haulage and guidance on sending goods to the EU through roll-on roll-off ports or The Channel Tunnel.

There is specific guidance on moving goods through the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel using common transit and with an ATA carnet, also on moving goods through the Port of Holyhead with an ATA carnet.

The Department for Transport is operating advice sites at some motorway services and truckstops where hauliers and HGV drivers can get advice on transporting goods to the EU after 1 January 2021.

Hauliers will require ECMT permits for journeys to or through the EU from January 1 unless the UK and EU agree a trade deal that includes market access. Applications for 2021 permits have now closed.