Earlier this month, French authorities introduced a requirement for anyone travelling into France to complete an International Attestation Form to confirm that their journey meets the criteria for ‘essential travel’.
French authorities have now announced further changes, confirming that any drivers carrying out international transport of goods by road no longer need an International Attestation Form and, instead, a Certificate for International Transport Workers (which can be accessed here) will now be accepted.
The driver must carry a hard copy of the certificate with them, which can be shown to the relevant authorities upon request.
Any passengers (in passenger or freight vehicles) will still be required to complete the International Travel Certificate to mainland France, which can be found here.
More information on travelling to France during the coronavirus outbreak can be found here.
For further guidance contact Backhouse Jones on 01254 828300.