With the issue of Brexit still ongoing, the Government guidance for Brits is that their current driving licences will be useless on the continent in a no-deal scenario.
If you’re planning to drive in the EU as a holidaymaker or visitor, you will have to spend £5.50 on an international permit if we leave without a deal. This will be available to purchase from the Post Office.
You will also need to carry a motor insurance green card when driving your own car in the EU and EEA. You can get one of these by contacting your insurance provider a month before you travel.