Minister of State Michael D’Arcy has welcomed the announcement by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) today, Friday 23rd August, that an agreement has been reached between transport authorities in the UK and Ireland that Irish-registered vehicle driven in the UK, including Northern Ireland, will no longer require a “Green Card” if they have a valid Irish insurance disc, in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Speaking about this announcement today, Minister D’Arcy said that:
Prior to the original Brexit deadline of 29th March earlier this year, there was a possibility that all Irish-registered vehicles would require a green card when travelling in the UK and Northern Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
UK registered vehicles will still require a Green Card if they plan on visiting European Union countries, including Ireland, after a no-deal Brexit. For more information please visit the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland website at https://www.mibi.ie/brexit.1760.html .