No-deal Brexit would trigger wave of red tape for UK drivers and hauliers
Britain would fall back on international treaties requiring new licences and registrations
British drivers may need new licences and registration certificates to travel in Europe after Brexit under contingency plans being drawn up by the government that experts warn would create “extremely labour-intensive” extra red tape.
In the first of a series of steps to deal with the possibility of failing to reach a deal with the EU, the UK is signing up to a United Nations convention on road traffic, which theoretically also affects zebra crossings and parking.
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Source: Guardian Transport
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