Licences and visas

UK driving licences could be treated like other 'third country' licences after the transition period

Reports that UK driving licences will be ‘invalid’ in the EU after Brexit have been exaggerated – but that is not to say there will not be changes.

There is no reason UK driving licences will be unusable in France after Brexit, however it is reasonable to assume they will be treated like other ‘third country’ (ie. non EU/EEA) licences after the transition period (assuming it happens).

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