What you need to know about driving after Brexit

After a worldwide pandemic, many people have been confounded by the rules around driving. One of these things is understanding how the UK number plate law works in 2021 because there are so many changes!

Driving has always presented challenges for policies and regulations but now it’s worse than ever before with COVID – which means you need all your wits about staying safe while out on our roads or abroad if visiting another country where they drive differently (like France). In this blog post, we’ll go over what needs attention when getting yourself license plates here at home as well as abroad after Brexit later this year becomes official next March 2019.

What are driving rules in green-listed countries?

In case you’re anticipating the joys of a car trip, then there are many laws and restrictions that should be known. For instance, if your destination is The Balearic Islands (which means places like Ibiza or Mallorca), then at least one thing will be different from what’s usual for most drivers because Spanish law applies here too! This entails being over18 years old with a UK driver’s license holding the proof of ID.

Is my UK Driving License Still Valid in the EU after Brexit?

Yes, but only if you’re from Great Britain. If not – like me! – then don’t worry because it’s still worth having for when visiting other countries that are also part of Europe such as Belgium or Germany too though there could be some limitations on how long your permit is valid for depending on where it’s issued at so check first before driving internationally anywhere outside England plus Northern Ireland.

Have you ever wondered if your car is European? You may have noticed the UK has separate plates for England, Scotland, and Wales. But what about Ireland or other countries in Europe – does this mean they are not part of the EU after all!

The answer to that question was no before Brexit occurred on March 29th, 2019, when Great Britain decided to leave with no deal planned at the present time while negotiating an agreement between both parties within two years until December 31st, 2022, which will officially end their membership into Union Jack flag flying around everywhere across our continent just because some people don’t want us there any more so we must always be alert.