I understand that a third of us Brits are too scared to drive abroad. It has, however, never been easier, what with sat-navs and all that. I was on the radio telling listeners not to be so wussy. 

My ‘kiss the kerb’ mantra went down well enough with the listeners. That’s because in a right-hand-drive car in a left-hand-drive country, drivers will always be adjacent to where the pedestrians are. Why not, though, make it all so much simpler for those who voted Brexit and simply buy a left-hooker? 

Unlike the old days, it may not make motors that much cheaper, just more difficult to sell — unless you know how to market it. Some exotics, though, do seem to be a tad more affordable. Best of all, looking at left-hookers brings to the fore motors you might never normally consider. 

Everyone has got terribly excited by the new Ford Mustang, so why not go for a barely credible 1990s one? I stumbled across a 1995 3.8 V8, which had a stripe down the middle, at £4500. Now there’s a fun way to enjoy your touring holiday. 

Even more exciting was a 1988 Maserati Biturbo with 56,000 miles. It was the coupé version, fashionably off white and £6995. It will, of course, break down, but even that may still get you a round of applause while it’s blowing steam at the side of an autostrada.