Driving Me Mad

Imagine my surprise when an 86-year-old man phoned me to say he was interested in buying my late dad’s mobility scooter for his partially sighted son.I immediately thought that he may have fewer accidents on it than my dad –… Read More ›

Driving Me Stupid

I often regret not learning to drive when I young and at college. But I probably spent 90% of my student life over the legal alcohol limit to render the notion of driving absurd.I did drive a bright red sports… Read More ›