Travelling in Europe can seem daunting, and there have been some changes since Brexit, but it’s just about getting organised.
When it comes to paperwork, you need to take a valid in-date passport (with six months left), but you also need to carry your driving licence, V5 logbook, green card and International Driving Permit (IDP). It’s also important to check that both your campervan and health insurance covers you for travel in Europe, and you should carry the documents with you just in case.
When it comes to equipment, you need to carry a first aid kit, a warning triangle, a hi-vis jacket and spare light bulbs, but in reality, we should all have these bits for trips in the UK anyway.
Another thing to bear in mind is that if you’re planning to travel to Europe in winter, it's compulsory to fit winter tyres and carry snow chains in many countries.
It’s also a good idea to fit headlight deflectors; you’ll be driving on the opposite side of the road, so your headlamps will be pointing in the wrong way on European roads.