Driving In Europe
Driving abroad brings about a freedom not experienced through public transport, but each country will have its own rules which, as a foreigner, you’ll need to know about. We’ve gathered all the information needed to make your road trip to Europe run smoothly.
Driving rules and regulations in France differ to those of the UK, so if you are looking to drive in France on your European holiday, you should familiarise yourself with the following information.
Providing European breakdown policies for people wishing to drive to Europe
Driving in UK with an EU licence: Want to drive in the UK but have a non-UK licence? The rules can be confusing – but our handy guide should help.
Many people will be planning to take their car to Europe this summer, but there are a number of things you need to remember.
Now the UK has left the EU, UK residents driving in Europe must meet specific requirements: Our guide covers driving licences, IDPs, Green Card insurance & more.
If you are planning a road trip to Europe there are some essential items you must have to stay on the right side of the law.
When driving on the continent there is certain equipment you need to have or risk an on the spot fine.
If you are planning to go on tour in your vehicle around Europe, be sure to familiarise yourself with local rules.
If you're heading to Europe with the car in summer, you may not be aware of some of the choices you have when it comes to crossing the Channel.
Planning to rent a car on mainland Europe? These eight useful tips will make your trip cheaper and less hassle.
When you are planning to drive to a ski resort, you need to know when and why to use cold weather tyres and snow chains.
Exploring the towns and cities of Europe in the winter can be truly rewarding: Christmas markets, frost-dusted countryside and atmospheric medieval cities.
Before you go on a road trip to mainland Europe, make sure you complete these essential checks.
An International Driving Permit (IDP) is required in order to drive in some countries: Car hire firms and police may check you have one.