The oldest Veteran car of UK Wolseley 6 is synonymous to UK’s Ancient Classics. . It has survived 2 World Wars and 3 monarchs.
It was manufactured in the year 1904. The car has a top speed of approximately 30 mph. The original owner of the Car is Mr. EH Greenly. Moreover, Herbert Austin, founder of the Austin Motor Company designed the above mentioned car. Now it is handled with care and nurtured in the same way just like one year baby or pet. That is the reason that it has never halted whenever driven. Its present owner is Brian Caseley, resident of Sherborne Dorset. It still holds original registration plate ‘CJ 164’ and is in mint condition. Some traditional furniture has also been used in the car. In the present era, Accounting for Buildings, properties can be done but accounting for such type of treasure is not possible.
Since this car holds historical significance, it has to be kept clean everyday so that it does not become rusty and does not loose historical value. People from elite class purchase/sale these types of Cars. Few years back these kinds of cars were rented also to share unique experience. Now it is quite difficult.
The Exact figure of distance covered by this Car is not known since milometer was not invented when this car was manufactured. However, in those times, maintaining car was one of the biggest passions and its owner was seen in with the high esteem.
Britain’s Oldest Driver Golvanni Rozzo–103 years Old
This is another classic example of ideal driver. Golvanni Rozzo is the Britain’s oldest known driver. He holds an experience of 8 decades and during this tenure He never had a single accident. Moreover, this 103 years Old man has not yet given up driving. It is unbelievable that in a time span of nearly 80 years of driving, just two speeding fines were imposed on him. Further, he never caused any damage to any other vehicle or its driver in this staggering career.
It is yet not complete. After his wife ‘Anna Maria’ died last year, he regularly pays homage to his wife by going to her grave. He goes by driving car.
Starting from teenage He started his driving at the age of 20 years, i.e. approximately in the year 1914 before the First World War and Second World War.
Besides that, he hails from army fraternity: he started his career as a clerk in the Italian army and thereafter he started driving military vehicles. He drove military vehicles for 20 years in Italy on an Army license. Thereafter he moved to the UK and took the formal UK driving test in 1953. This way he started his driving career in other country. In 1956 he moved to Cambridge. In 1962, he was awarded a Diploma by Royal Society for the prevention of Accidents. In the year 2005, he was awarded by the Italian Government by being made Cavaliere.
Even at 103, when he was interviewed, he said that his eyesight is appropriate and he is still confident in driving and will carry on driving. Further, he clarified that he never had a crash although other people have hit his car.