This perspective is the scaremongery on which the entire remain campaign was based. It also forms much of the basic political line that the BBC tows. Fear of change, fear that everything is going to increase in cost, fear that we won't be able to get goods we've enjoyed for years. It's tosh. The main damage being done by Brexit has already been done, we've been living it since the vote to leave, it is indecision that has caused the mess we're currently in. Get us out and we will continue as though nothing happened, the sky won't fall in as many expert economists suggested would happen if we didn't join the Euro. I import (more accurately the business I own) mainly from China, but also from Germany, sometimes Japan and occasionally Italy. It's easy and straightforward no matter if your imports are in our outside the EU. Sure there's extra cashflow for duties and VAT from non EU imports, but that's normal and as we're vat registered entity it's not an issue. I also used to import from Portugal and Spain, really, it's just as simple if we're out as if we're in the EU. The LHD car market in the UK is miniscule, so it will likely simply cease unless addressed specifically with it's own tariffs.