Carry out international road haulage
What UK goods vehicle operators need to do to carry out international road haulage.
There are new rules for importing and exporting goods between Great Britain and countries in the EU.
Code of practice which sets out procedures to be followed by drivers and companies to prevent people using their vehicles to enter the UK illegally.
Transitional Simplified Procedures will make importing after Brexit on 31 October much simpler, particularly for businesses that would be completing customs processes for the first time.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has automatically registered 95,000 businesses for its simplified import procedures allowing most traders up to 6 months to pay import duties and submit customs declarations, if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019.
Freight forwarders oversee the worldwide movement of cargo, packing, documentation and customs clearance, on behalf of importers and exporters.
A summary of the driver, vehicle, cargo and customs documents required to transport goods into the EU after Brexit.
The information summarises document requirements for hauliers and commercial drivers.
Making sure that hauliers have everything they need from traders to get through border customs smoothly after Brexit.