EU exit and transport
Check what you need to do to stay on the road when driving for a living after 1 January 2021
Applications details for ECMT permits for journeys to or through the EU from 1 January 2021
Steps which goods vehicle operators need to take to carry out international road haulage after the transition period
UK businesses trading with the EU and non-EU countries will need a UK EORI number.
Find out how to move goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol after the transition period has ended
Follow this checklist to prepare your haulage business for new processes on trade from Great Britain to Northern Ireland
From 1 January 2021 all goods arriving in NI from GB will require two declarations as part of the customs process
Information about the movement of excise goods, which may involve interaction with customs requirements
Hauliers are urged to register for the Trader Support Service to help navigate the changes from 1 January 2021
If you're a haulier and move goods through a port in the UK that uses the Goods Vehicle Movement Service you'll need to register for the service to get your goods through customs
If you're a trader, haulier or carrier and use a UK port using the Goods Vehicle Movement Service, find out what you need to do to get goods through customs
If you're a haulier use this service to get a goods movement reference using the Goods Vehicle Movement Service.
If you're using the Goods Vehicle Movement Service, find out what you must do if you are a carrier and need to check if a goods movement reference is valid and if goods can be moved.
Find out what you need to do if you start and end transit movements in Northern Ireland using common and Union transit.
Use this service if you’re a haulier, freight forwarder or driver to tell HMRC in advance that you're attending an inland border facility.
Use this service if you’re a haulier, freight forwarder or driver to check if there are any delays at the inland border facility your attending, or if it’s full or closed.
Find out how to move someone's personal belongings from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.