Which? reveals the big changes for consumers resulting from the UK-EU trade deal, from visas to Ehics, booze cruises, online shopping and more
Unscrupulous copycat websites are already charging to ‘help’ people apply for the free Global Health Insurance Card (Ghic). The Ghic is intended to be the replacement for the old European...
After the Brexit transition ends on 1 January 2021, UK travellers can continue to use their Ehic card - which can last up to five years, until its expiry date. Travellers without a valid Ehic can apply for a new UK Global Health Insurance Card (Ghic), which will replace Ehic once it has been phased out.
Rules on passport validity, Ehic healthcare and permits for driving abroad will remain the same until at least the end of the Brexit transition period in December.
Which? explains what the UK leaving the EU and entering the transition period means for yourholidays, money, bills and consumer rights
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We take a look at some of the common myths associated with an Ehic and how to make sure you get the right travel insurance protection during your trip.