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With a return of travel potentially on the cards, driven by vaccination programmes around the world, many people are turning their attention to a getaway somewhere. But the travel landscape is significantly different now than it was at the start of 2020, especially when it comes to the car rental sector.
Brits will soon find out which countries they will be able to travel to without the need to quarantine on their return under the government’s new ‘traffic light system’. This comes as the UK government announces they will be introducing vaccine passports for international travel and will be adapting the current NHS app for this purpose.
From short-haul favourites to exploring areas closer to home, here’s a handful of the predicted trends that holidaymakers can expect when confidence in travel resumes.
The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is currently being phased out and replaced by the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) following the UK’s exit from the EU. This is part of a wider healthcare arrangement agreed with the EU that will see continued cooperation on healthcare for UK residents.
With all the current uncertainty surrounding international travel, it is no wonder Brits are looking at staying closer to home this summer. Hire companies have reported a surge in uptake for motorhomes this year, as people are looking to take control of their own holiday itineraries.
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