Arthur Whitaker from Keighley is King of the Road - still driving at one hundred years old and with no intention of putting on the handbrake, as James Webster reports.
Arthur Whitaker has always enjoyed driving. He would travel thousands of miles for work and enjoyed excursions with relatives on days off.
His first motoring experience was at the age of 16 when he shared a motorbike with his brother:
It is estimated he has driven some 2.5million miles during his lifetime in a range of different cars:
Arthur Whitaker began driving when he was 16 and shared a motorbike with his brother. Now the 100 year old says he uses his car every day to take him to and from his local golf club and supermarket in Keighley. He says there should be no age limit on driving.
In his 85 years behind the wheel, Arthur Whitaker, who has just celebrated turning 100, has clocked up a staggering 2.5 million miles without an accident or traffic ticket.
The retired engineer from Keighley in West Yorkshire first began driving in 1927.
The centenarian regularly uses his Seat Arosa city car, often to transport him to and from his golf club.
His favourite car was his Ford Cortina. And he has no plans to get out from behind the wheel just yet.