As everyone knows, there are three ways of doing things. The right
way, the wrong way and the Top Gear way. Although, on reflection,
that’s usually just the wrong way, but faster and with more shouting.
Anyway, the good news is that this third way of doing things can be
applied to almost anything, and that includes motoring in general. All
you need is the right guidance, which is where the brand new Official
Top Gear Highway Code comes in.
The Official Top Gear Highway Code will show you how to bring the ambitious but rubbish philosophies of the world’s most popular TV programme to your driving, containing advice on general motoring, as well as specific tips on how to deal with common eventualities like a rapidly sinking amphibious camper van, a caravan airship that’s just crashed into a small bush, or a stupid home-made limousine that’s snapped in half while transporting a top celebrity to an awards ceremony.
Road users should not leave home without it.
About The Author
Top Gear script editor Richard Porter is also the author of The Big Book of Top Gear, and Paul Powell is a radio and TV comedy writer whose many credits include Have I Got News For You, Al Murray’s Happy Hour, Mock the Week, The Now Show and two series of Top Gear (1999 and 2006).
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 27th May 2010
Dimensions (cm): 22.6 x 12.7 x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.359