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Old 11 January 2020, 07:58   #21
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If we leave the EU ,,, and if it goes back to the pre EE days, yes, you will need a green card for car & trailer - this is not connected with the new requirement of having a reg plate for commercial trailers. You may also need an international driving permit

It depends ... When I started drive car to Greece Serba and Macedonia were not in EU (they are not still).


In Serbia you don't need Green Card, In Macedonia it is require and checked on the border.


Now I use ferry to Greece (from Itally: trieste,Venice) so not cross any non EU country border.



Jeff - you mentioned about white/red board plate (require in Itally). But I was sure that if your car and trailer fulfil all rules from origin country it is enough ?? Never had one. A few German folks with trailer teached me each time that bar with lights have to be before prop - but I ignored them. I do have reflected orange trinagle on my prop


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Old 06 February 2020, 09:43   #22
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It depends ... When I started drive car to Greece Serba and Macedonia were not in EU (they are not still).


In Serbia you don't need Green Card, In Macedonia it is require and checked on the border.


Now I use ferry to Greece (from Itally: trieste,Venice) so not cross any non EU country border.



Jeff - you mentioned about white/red board plate (require in Italy). But I was sure that if your car and trailer fulfil all rules from origin country it is enough ?? Never had one. A few German folks with trailer teached me each time that bar with lights have to be before prop - but I ignored them. I do have reflected orange trinagle on my prop


Hi Mat ,,,,, technically in Italy you should have a rear marker attached to any overhang (&Spain) but it is only an issue if the local Polizia decide they want to make some €'s.

https://www.caravanclub.co.uk/overse...-requirements/

I think everywhere in Europe, the lighting board should be rear of the prop. ( mine are fixed and 'almost' :-) ) & I am not sure if then then precludes the need for the marker ? I fix mine to the prop ...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Warning-mot...HXTEXQHRVJD6X8
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