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Brexit affecting travel

Nearly a third of travellers are expected to reject holidaying in the European Union following Brexit.

A study by Tyre-shopper.co.uk has found that 30.2 per cent of people are less likely to want to head to the EU when the UK leave the single market, whilst 8.5 per cent confess they'd stop holidaying in the EU altogether.

And 10.2 per cent of people would decided to holiday less frequently in the EU, whilst 6.5 per cent of UK travellers would look to travel in the UK more often, with 5.2 per cent heading outside the EU and the UK.

Jack Underwood from Tyre Shopper said: "Many UK holidaymakers hire cars on holiday, but uncertainty around what the requirements for driving in the EU will be after Brexit has meant that more people are deciding to holiday within the UK. Our guide to British road trips encourages people to consider the UK as a beautiful and exciting tourist destination, so you can say goodbye to queues at customs and a bad exchange rate - and focus on discovering intriguing new places by car. We've also included a guide to what we know so far about driving in Europe after Brexit - so if you do decide to continue with your European road trip as planned, you can travel armed with knowledge about the dos and don'ts."

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