The move could impact the 2.6 million private motorists and HGV drivers who head to European Union countries each year and would mean drivers may need to get one of two different types of IDP - depending on the country - or may even need both if travelling across borders.
The documents cost £5.50.
Meanwhile, the UK's traditional blue passports - much beloved by some Brexiteers - will start being issued from late 2019, the government states.
Cross-border mobile phone bills could soar in the event of a no-deal Brexit if the phone companies pass on the costs of higher roaming and data charges that would follow if the United Kingdom crashes out of the EU.
The warning was contained in a tranche of 28 technical papers released by Government departments on Thursday advising businesses and consumers on potential impacts of a no-deal Brexit.
In addition, it is trying to establish whether European organisations involved in partnering arrangements with the United Kingdom will be affects, and the paper warns that United Kingdom based users of Copernicus data may wish to consider the impact on their operations of losing access to anything that is not available under the open data policy.
A guidance paper on 'Satellites and space programmes' warns that UK-based businesses and researchers will be shut out from bidding for future EU Global Navigation Satellite System contracts and "may face difficulty carrying out and completing existing contracts".
A statement from the government said this approval would be "time-limited", but that it would "ensure that products can continue to be sold and registered in the United Kingdom". "That's why we're putting so much effort into getting a deal over the next six to eight weeks".
Speaking ahead of the publications Raab said: "With six months to go until the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, we are stepping up our 'no deal" preparations so that Britain can continue to flourish, regardless of the outcome of negotiations.