Independent.ie has spoken to several motorists, who’ve tried prepare for a potential hard Brexit but have been refused the green cards from insurance providers. The cards will enable drivers to cross over the border into Northern Ireland and into Britain post a hard Brexit. This comes in the wake of the Government and Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) notifying drivers of the necessity of the free cards in a no-deal scenario. One female driver, from Dublin, requested a green card from her insurance broker today, as she regularly drives to Northern Ireland and Britain. She was told not one green card had been issued to customers from any of the 14 insurance companies on its books. The woman was then notified she couldn’t have a green card currently and was instead asked to call back late next week, to see if there are any updates. Seamus Ward, a driver from Dundalk, Co Louth, phoned his car insurance broker on Monday but was, he said, also instructed to wait until next week to apply. Retired businessman Mr Ward said: “I spoke to a courteous lady who said they’d not been advised of any changes but to wait until after the… Read full this story
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