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Run international bus or coach services and tours after Brexit

4 Nov 2019

What UK bus and coach operators need to do to provide services, tours and holidays into Europe and other countries if there's a no-deal Brexit.

  • Running Regular Services and the Interbus Extension to cover Regular and Scheduled services, which will be in place soon.
  • Cabotage – carriage of passengers between two points in an EU country by a vehicle not registered in that country.
  • Services to non EU countries or countries not in the INterbus Agreement
  • Registering trailers and vehicle and trailer insurance
  • Vehicle documentation
  • Driver documentation and actions

Bear in mind July 2010 as the cut off date for agreements and services into the EU and mainland Europe.

More information:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/run-international-bus-or-coach-services-after-brexit