A 79-year-old British man has passed his driver’s license test for the first time, but he didn’t do it for himself.
Keith Limbert finally got behind the wheel because his wife of 58 years, Anne, suffered a stroke recently and could no longer get around on her own.
“My wife drove me around for 40 years, she passed first time in 1972 and I didn’t know how good I had it,” Limbert told SWNS.
“My wife drove me around for 40 years…and I didn’t know how good I had it.”
Keith Limbert has passed his driver’s license test for the first time, but he didn’t do it for himself.
He said she used to chauffer to the horse races where he could have a drink (or two) without having to worry about driving home.
But getting the license wasn’t easy.
Limbert said that he spent “a fortune I don’t have” on 40 lessons, and that he failed the test on his first two tries, once for speeding. He thanks his “brilliant instructor” for his ultimate success.
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