December 15, 2020
Motorists should contact insurance providers for green card – Boylan

Sinn Féin MLA Cathal Boylan has called for motorists in the north who have not received an insurance green card to contact their insurance providers. 

Cathal Boylan said: 

“Insurance providers have said that, in the event of a no-deal, drivers from the north will need insurance green cards to drive into the south.

“While some people have been automatically issued their green card, others have to contact their insurance broker to have one sent out.  A digital copy can also be sent however you will need to print it out as a hard copy is required. 

“The need for such documentation again shows there is no good Brexit for the people on this island, particularly those in border communities, many of whom travel seamlessly between north and south on a regular or even daily basis. 

“I would urge everyone who hasn’t received a green card yet to contact their insurance provider to make sure they continue to be covered as they travel across the border.”

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