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DRIVER IN TRANSIT

Driving with your van? You can book whether you’re going for leisure or work.

If your van is 6.50 m long or under, you can travel as a passenger vehicle and enjoy all our onboard services. Just book online and select ‘van’ when asked.
For those driving for work, just confirm that you’re carrying non-hazardous commercial goods and you’ll be charged the correct VAT when you book. Check below for more.
While you’re on board, why not use the time to grab a bargain in our onboard shop? Enjoy a tasty meal in the Food Court or just sit back, take in the view and take a well earned break.

In addition our freight customers will be pleased to learn that we have introduced, for freight drivers, an overnight laundry service, special discounts in the shops and a £1 Wi-Fi offer.

TRAVELLING TO EUROPE WITH A VAN AFTER BREXIT

At the moment, travelling to Europe couldn’t be easier for British citizens – all you need is a valid UK passport and you’re good to go. However, travelling to Europe after Brexit is going to get a little bit more complicated from 29th March 2019. But there’s no need to worry, here at P&O Ferries you’re in safe hands! We’ve put together a list of handy travel tips of everything you’ll need to know so that you can be fully prepared for all your future journeys.

THINGS TO KNOW

Things to know when booking
  • Your van’s dimensions (to check you can book as a passenger vehicle).

  • If you’ve hired a van check with your hire company that you can drive it in Europe.
What can I carry?
  • If you’re carrying commercial goods you will be asked to tick this option during the booking process. Your booking will also incur VAT costs.If you’re planning to carry hazardous items, you should contact our freight office.

  • At port, you may be asked to confirm you’re carrying non-hazardous commercial goods, so be prepared to open your van if asked.

  • If you’re carrying commercial goods, VAT will be charged at the local rate applicable at your departure port.

  • The VAT will be charged in the local currency of your departure port.

  • Both your outbound and return journey will be charged in the same way – you can’t book one way as commercial and one as non-commercial.