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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Mad dog, Jul 24, 2011.
Do you still need a green card?
From the AA...
When you're driving in the European countries listed above you can use
your Certificate of Motor Insurance instead of a Green
Card. The Green Card (or International Motor Insurance
Card) is an internationally recognised document which indicates that, as
the holder, you have the minimum insurance cover required by law in the
country you are visiting. You do not need a green card for driving in
the EU, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Croatia or Liechtenstein.
I have automatic comprehensive European insurance cover for 90 days on my insurance, so just take my certificate with me, but it's worth phoning your insurance company to check.
And you need to carry fluorescent waistcoats in the car as well.
But you do need a warning triangle and a fluorescent vest, which has to be in your car, not in your boot.
And remember that the same rule applies as in Germany - rechts vor links, or priorité a droite. Right before left.