No deal, no trucks? What a ‘no deal’ Brexit will mean for road transport

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Publication Date 20/08/2018
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What will a ‘no deal’ Brexit mean for road transport? Dmitry Grozoubinski explained that come 30 March 2019, UK firms may not be able to transport goods between European Union countries. This means that many British lorry drivers would not be able to work in the EU, and many UK firms would urgently need to become permanently established somewhere in the EU to operate across Europe. This, in turn, would have a knock-on effect on the many UK businesses which relied on road transport for their supply chains, and those who supplied businesses who do so.

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