Ivor Rogers has worked in the Forge Garage near Usk since he was ten.
Now 74 years old, he could be forgiven for beginning to plan his retirement, but Ivor says he's not ready to stop quite yet.
Alongside his colleague of more than 15 years, Steve Davies, Ivor is one of the few remaining forecourt fuel pump attendants left in Wales.
Self-service technology and automation has largely removed the need for people like them.
But in the rural village of Llantrisant on the outskirts of Usk, Ivor continues to fill up cars to the exact penny with ease.
But what's his secret?
Pump attendants were commonplace in the 1950s and 60s - but this garage has a history all of its own.
This is the anvil which Ivor's great-grandfather used to make horseshoes.
Even at 74 years old, Ivor isn't ready to hang up his pumps just yet.