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Countries rated as red, amber or green for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the rules you must follow to enter England.
If you're travelling to the UK, you need to provide your details in case you or someone you've travelled with develops coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms.
You must have proof of a negative COVID-19 test to travel to England from abroad.
Complete this form to confirm that you have a reasonable excuse to travel abroad from England.
International leisure travel from England no longer illegal from 17 May 2021 but strict border control measures will remain in place.
Pay for a COVID-19 test to find out if you can reduce your quarantine period after international travel.
Check if you're eligible for a Blue Badge and apply or renew
Walking, cycling, and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during the coronavirus outbreak.
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The rules for child car seats and booster seats - height, weight, age, type of vehicle, car, minibus, licensed taxi
Recommendations include the launch of a new traffic light system and 'green watchlist', and the introduction of travel certification.
Speech by Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps at the Downing Street coronavirus briefing.
From 17 May, the ‘Stay in the UK’ regulation will cease and international travel will be allowed to restart, governed by a new traffic light system.
Some older people can get free travel on local buses - contact your council to check your eligibility and apply for a bus pass
How to travel safely in airports and on aircraft during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Rules on what motor insurance you need, what to do if you're in an accident, insurance for driving abroad, penalties for uninsured vehicles and drivers.
This Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales. The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone.
Learn to drive a car in the UK - get a provisional licence, take driving lessons, prepare for your theory test, book your practical test
Financial help if you're disabled - benefits, housing costs, council tax, vehicle tax exemption, TV Licence, motability schemes, VAT relief
The Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme allows members of the public to receive a voucher worth up to £50 towards the cost of repairing a bicycle.
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