Jeremy meets a sheikh who has a truck that's bigger than a house, and meets young Arabs who drive huge 4x4s on only two wheels for up to three miles.
Jeremy ventures to the heart of Texas to encounter motoring eccentrics who live by their own rules, and talks cars with rockers ZZ Top.
A look at the motoring culture of the Australian Outback; Jeremy visits one ranch which has a 350 mile drive to the local shops.
Jeremy visits Switzerland, where he berates the country for replacing cars with vans and building speed bumps.
Jeremy visits Cuba to see how people go to extreme lengths of mechanical ingenuity to keep their cars on the road.
Jeremy visits Monaco to test drive a Renault sports car and an experimental electric vehicle.
Jeremy experiences the terrifying reality of driving in India, and enters an unusual car rally where all the navigators are blind.
Jeremy discovers why Italians don't feel the need to stop at pedestrian crossings, and test drives a Bugatti.
In Iceland, Jeremy discovers that four wheel drives and snowmobiles are the favored modes of transport, and traffic jams are unheard of.
Jeremy visits Vietnam, where it seems that everyone rides a Honda moped, and cars are only gradually appearing on the streets following the war.
In the first episode of this six part series, Jeremy travels to Japan to find out more about the Japanese car industry and the terrible traffic jams.