Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and currently the UK.

Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as well as EU countries.

Some changes may be implemented and enforced from the date the UK exits the EU; however, other changes will be unchanged for a period of transition between the date of exit and December 2020. More information about dates and transition timelines based on specific legislation can be found in the webinars and seminars https://www.atobrexit.co.uk/seminars/.

Following the 2016 referendum, the UK officially began the process of leaving the European Union in March 2017. This was due to conclude with the UK leaving the EU on the 29th March 2019. This process has been extended and the current date for the UK’s withdrawal is the 31st October 2019.  With the situation around Brexit unclear, ‘A to Brexit’ has been set up by the Road Haulage Association to provide guidance to the haulage industry and the businesses that rely on it.

Parliament has twice voted against withdrawal agreements. The situation with future deals is unclear and likely to change over the coming weeks. ‘A to Brexit’ will reflect this. Our seminars, webinars and helpline are currently set up to help inform the industry on the effects of a no-deal Brexit. However, this advice will be reactive to political and legal developments.

Businesses, companies and others involved in international commercial transport should begin preparing for the possibility of a no-deal exit as soon as possible, as changes to the law may be implemented as soon as 31st October.

We are working with leading transport lawyers, Backhouse Jones, to provide you with information and guidance on what the implications of Brexit may be on your logistics (regarding your operator licence) and customs procedures. This will be supplemented by expert industry advice from our team at the Road Haulage Association.

Yes. We are operating both an industry helpline https://www.atobrexit.co.uk/ and an online service to allow you to submit a question to our experts.

Yes. We have set up ‘A to Brexit’ to provide advice to haulier and to the businesses that rely on goods being moved between the UK and the EU. We encourage firms with concerns about how Brexit will affect their operations to register for our webinars, attend our seminars and contact our helpline. As well as the expertise we have at the Road Haulage Association, we have engaged Backhouse Jones, a leading transport law firm, to provide guidance on how Brexit will affect the supply chain of British businesses and the implications of Brexit for importers and exporters.

Yes – the webinars and seminars https://www.atobrexit.co.uk/seminars/ address the necessary preparations for hauliers, operators and drivers transporting goods through the EU, as well as those transporting to the EU.

Tick-boxes along the lower portion of each slide on the webinar and seminar PowerPoints indicate the demographic to which the discussed topic is most relevant. We encourage firms with concerns about how Brexit will affect their operations to register to  attend our seminars for guidance.

Helpful links to direct you to information on your area of need can be found here https://www.atobrexit.co.uk/resources/useful-links/, while the government website on Brexit is also a good source of direction.

https://www.atobrexit.co.uk/resources/summary-of-documents/. We are also operating both an industry helpline and an online service to allow you to submit specific questions to our experts.