Driving your Onto car in the EU
If you’re heading to the EU for work or a holiday, it’s simple to take your Onto car. You can travel all over Europe by purchasing our European Travel bolt–on.
Just remember to drive on the correct side of the road!
How to apply for the European Travel bolt–on?
- Request - Fill in this request form at least 7 business days before your date of departure.
- Processing - We’ll review your request within 3 days. If everything’s fine, your application will be accepted. We’ll contact you if we need more information.
- Payment - If your application is successful, we’ll process the payment. This bolt-on is non-refundable once it has been charged. The amount will depend on the length of your trip:
- 1 to 7 days = £100
- 8 to 14 days = £150
- 15 to 28 days = £20
- Your documents - We'll send all the relevant documents to your address via Royal Mail Tracked & Signed, as you must travel with the original copies (authorities won’t accept digital or photocopied versions). You should receive them within 4 days of your payment.
Check you're eligible
Before you apply for our European Travel bolt–on, please check you meet the following requirements:
- You are the main driver, currently have an Onto car, and have had your current Onto car subscription for a minimum of 1 month prior to the proposed date of travel OR have had an Onto car subscription in the past for a minimum of 3 consecutive months.
- You have been in the UK for a minimum of 28 days since returning after a prior EU Travel application.
- You have no outstanding open subscription, bolt on, or damage payments.
- All countries of travel are included in the list of insured countries below.
Which countries can you travel to?
Any country which is a member of the European Union
Any country listed here which the Commission of the European Community approves as meeting the requirements of Article 8 of Directive 2009/103/EC on Motor Insurance for Third Party Liabilities: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland including Liechtenstein.
Find out more about driving in the EU
You might like to read our blog about driving in Europe. It features lots of helpful information about charging, cover, driving regulations and more.