You can use our temporary car insurance to drive in parts of Europe.
But we can only cover return trips to Europe, so your policy will need to start and end in the UK.
(This article is about our temporary car insurance. Monthly subscription policies include 60 days of comprehensive European cover per year).
If your policy is for 15 days or longer, our temporary insurance will cover you to drive in Europe.
By Europe, we mean the countries in the EU, plus Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia and Switzerland. In these countries, all UK motor insurance policies have to provide a minimum level of cover.
As of 2021, you'll need Green Card to drive in Europe.
We provide Green Cards at no extra cost, but you'll need to have a policy that's 15 days or longer.
Just chat to our customer support team once you've bought your policy. They'll ask for a few details about your trip, then we'll send you your card within a few working days.
It's important that you print out your Green Card, and take it with you on your trip. If you drive abroad without your Green Card, you could be prosecuted for driving without insurance, fined and have your vehicle impounded.
Sadly, we don't cover these parts of the UK yet. That means:
But if you buy a Cuvva policy in the UK mainland (with a GB licence), you can drive to these parts of the UK on your policy, and you'll have comprehensive cover during your trip.
The Cuvva app uses your location to help work out if we can insure you, and to calculate your price. So you'll need to be in the UK when you buy your policy.
If you do leave the UK on your Cuvva policy, you won't be able to extend your policy until you're back. So make sure your policy is long enough to get home!
Our customer support team is available 24/7 in the app, so contact us if you have any questions.
We might not be able to tell you exactly what level of European cover you should buy, so it's important to think about your own needs before deciding if a Cuvva policy is right for you.
We're here to help 24/7. Just ask.