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All UK travellers to the US should be aware that effective from 1 April 2016 UK citizens must have an electronic passport (e-passport as shown by the symbol on the front cover of your passport) to be eligible for visa-free travel to the United States. Even if you have a current ESTA you must have a UK e-passport for this to remain eligible for travel to the US. For the latest information visit the US Embassy website here - https://uk.usembassy.gov/esta/?_ga=1.202174353.1608841207.1438599206 or the US Department of Homeland Security website here - https://www.dhs.gov/e-passports
Know the rules!Make sure your trip to the USA is hassle free.
Apply for an ESTA quickly and easily at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta. Fore more information about entry into the USA, visit uk.usembassy.gov
A full UK driver's license is required to hire a car in the USA. Drivers must be 21 or over - or 25+ with some companies.
The USA uses two-pin plugs so adaptors are required. Electrical goods bought in the USA may not work correctly in the UK.
Medical expenses are high in the USA so travel insurance with medical cover of at least £2million is recommended.
Tipping in the USA is the norm. As a minimum, tip 15% when dining in restaurants or $1 per drink in bars.
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