The boffins here at ClassicLine have looked at the data, crunched the numbers and discovered that classic car drivers in Dundee are the safest in the UK.
So, we can all be as good on the road as those in Scotland’s fourth largest city, we’ve put together a few pointers to keep you as safe as possible when behind the wheel of your classic.
Time well spent
Whether it’s a road-trip in your classic, or a mundane journey in a daily roundabout, make sure to allow time to stop for food, toilet breaks, phone calls and any other business.
After all, more haste less speed.
Also, avoid eating when driving as it is a distraction. Instead, stop by a motorway service station and revel in the delights of an amazingly good value meal deal where a sandwich, packet of crisps and a drink will cost the same as a small house in London.
Give a little respect
Music fans will know that this was a smash hit for Erasure in 1988 but more importantly recognising that all drivers should be treated with respect helps everyone.
This means no tailgating, unnecessary flashing of headlights and beeping of horns, and definitely not treating the M6 toll road as your own personal race track.