On Friday 29 March 2019 at 11pm, the UK is due to leave the European Union (EU) either with a negotiated withdrawal agreement or without a withdrawal agreement. The following information describes potential Brexit outcomes and how it can affect DriveNow customers who hold a UK driving licence and use DriveNow in other cities (roaming) only. UK leaves the EU with a withdrawal agreement UK driving licence holders will continue to be able to drive in the EU through the transition period until 31st December 2020. Therefore, UK driving licence holders will not need to do anything or provide any additional documentation to drive in the EU. UK leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement (No Deal Brexit) The UK Government is advising that from 29th March 2019, in the event that there is a No Deal Brexit, you may need an international driving permit (IDP) in addition to your UK driving licence to drive in EU and EEA countries. When using DriveNow in an EU country, a 1968 IDP will be required if you have a UK driving licence. You can get a 3 year IDP from a UK post office for £5.50. If you’re planning to use DriveNow in our European cities on or after 29th March, we recommend getting an IDP before then. The official guidance can be found in the links below. UK Government advice on driving after Brexit can be found on the GOV.UK website. Information on obtaining an International Driving Permit (IDP) is provided on the GOV.UK website. Implications for using DriveNow after Brexit In the event that there is a No Deal Brexit, we will update our General Terms & Conditions to include the requirement of having an international driving permit (IDP) when roaming (using DriveNow in our EU cities). An email will be sent to all DriveNow UK customers if this occurs. Please be aware that if you don’t have an IDP after 29th March and continue to use DriveNow in our EU cities, you will be in breach of our General Terms and Conditions (GTC) which require a valid driving licence at all times. If you drive in breach of our GTC you will not be covered by our insurance. Whatever the outcome of Brexit, we will email all DriveNow UK customers again after the decision has been made, to inform you of any or no implications the Brexit decision has on using DriveNow. What happens if no decision is made for Brexit (like an extended agreement period)? Driving licence requirements will continue as is and you will be able to use DriveNow in other cities as usual. We will keep you updated on any developments.