Haulage operators travelling to France must now complete an International Attestation form to confirm the nature of their journey.
In order to curb non-essential travel, all those driving to France, including freight operators, must complete an International Attestation form to confirm that their journey meets the criteria for ‘essential travel’.
This is a new requirement introduced by the French authorities in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Attestation de déplacement internationale (international travel certificate) – which can be downloaded here and has a version in English – gives strict definitions of who is allowed into France during lockdown.
The form must be presented at the border, and also before boarding a ferry, train or plane heading to France.