If UK motorists plan to drive abroad after 29 March, they need to act soon or risk breaking the law.
That’s because a no-deal Brexit would leave drivers needing to have proof of insurance known as a Green Card.
EU regulations will hit businesses and individuals. They will also apply to anyone driving across the Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland border.
You need to order the card a month before you plan to travel, warned the Association of British Insurers.
Although European insurance authorities agreed to waive the need for Green Cards in the event of a no-deal Brexit in May 2018, it has not been confirmed by the European Commission.