GB car sticker ‘needed for UK drivers in Ireland’ after Brexit.

UK-registered cars will need to display a GB sticker in the Republic of Ireland after Brexit, the government has said.

New government advice said the sticker must be displayed in any EU country.

Motorists from the UK driving in the Republic are currently advised to display the sticker, but the rule is not widely enforced.

The advice applies to cars registered in all parts of the UK, including Northern Ireland.

The sticker, a white circle containing the letters ‘GB’, standing for Great Britain, must be displayed at the rear of the vehicle.
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