Regardless of how the UK leaves the EU, your ReduceMyExcess policy will still cover you in the same way it always has. This is because we don't cover the car, or the rental company, we cover you. Seeing as you'll still be a UK resident regardless of what happens with Brexit, you'll still be covered to reclaim your excess charges.
To be very clear, your policy will still respond.
What may change is the validity of your driving licence. You will need an International Driving Permit to supplement your driving licence after 28th March 2019 and you'll need to go to a Post Office in person to buy one of these.
Remember to take your photo-card driving licence, your passport, a passport sized photo and £5.50 and you'll be able to get one over the counter.
Without one of these, you may be driving illegally and our policy would not respond in these circumstances.
If you're hiring in the EU after Brexit, you won't need a Green Card. This is a document that your UK vehicle insurer can provide you if you're taking your own vehicle into Europe. It proves you're insured and that your UK insurer has extended cover to Europe. Obviously, you don't need one of these if you're hiring because it's the rental company providing the vehicle insurance for you.