One group of people who interact with Europe on a near daily basis are the South's lorry drivers. Companies based in Kent are used to deliver freight across the continent.
During the Referendum, the Freight Transport Association took a neutral stance. But now they say there is an element of uncertainty over how goods will be moved through Europe and they are keen to ensure the 'simple trade agreements' already in place continue.
So what do drivers in the haulage trade think about the vote in favour of Brexit?
Find out below:
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