Britons recommend driving permits to control Brexit’s Continent post, warned by a watchdog. Nation Audit officer asked for a driving license, which is mandatory to allow driving in EU and no excuses should be entertained.

As per as the Transport Department report, within the first 12 months after Brexit, requests of 7 million permits can only be entertained. NAO also reports that currently there is no detailed business case or plan for issuing UK motorists with International driving permits.

The watchdog also exclaimed that DT has much to work on it as it needs to create frequent methods for EU department. This scheme also concerns Dover’s traffic flow management.

Government asked all the departments to have total emergency plans for the UK event with the prospect of retreating without any agreement next month from the bloc. Amyas Morse, NAO chef also said that these times are unusual for Governments and civil service as well.

In this prospect, the department has achieved a great deal. However, over forthcoming months more is expected from other departments.

A spokesperson of Government said that NAO is truly determined to ensure efforts of UK transport system, which is ready for EU exit. He further concludes that the department has already reached a great deal to settle down. He continues saying that the Government has given importance for EU exit. Therefore, they moved towards future partnership from their current membership.

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