Stuart Bladon's long career as a motoring journalist has seen him test drive thousands of cars. He has seen motoring change from no speed limits, no motorways, and new cars costing less than £300 to the world of today. Often flying cars out to Belgium to test on their straight roads, he has driven a Bond three-wheeler, a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, covered the European car rallies, and achieved many awards for economy driving. He was the first person to be issued with a parking ticket in the UK, the second to pass the advanced driving test of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, and drove all the way along the first 70 miles of the M1 while under construction in 1959. He had many close shaves during his career including run-ins with the law and brushes with death, and this book recounts the best of his adventures.