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What do haulage companies and commercial drivers need to do from 1st January 2021?

Government guidance for hauliers and commercial drivers who move goods between Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and the European Union (EU) is available, telling you what you will need to do from the 1st January 2021.

 

What do haulage companies and commercial drivers need to do from 1st January 2021 feat

The guidance explains what documents you will need, how to follow new rules to manage traffic heading to ports and what the new border control processes are. Points covered include the following:

  • Drivers: documents, licences and permits
  • UK hauliers: documents, licences and permits
  • EU hauliers: documents, licences and permits
  • Cross-border responsibilities when moving goods
  • Safety and security
  • Moving goods from GB to the EU
  • Moving goods from the EU to GB
  • Securing a vehicle when travelling to and from the UK
  • Checklist of customs documents
  • Customs documents: TIR, ATA, CTC import declaration
  • Additional certificates for particular goods
  • Safety and security declarations

To see the guidance go to www.gov.uk/guidance

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