How to be a modern motorist, packed with information and wit from the "Top Gear" presenter. From traffic etiquette, how to buy a car and avoid giving murderers a lift to the seven ages of motoring, cool hearses and the alternative guide to road rage. Hammond's previous book, "What Not To Drive" sold over 70,000 copies.
Richard Hammond is internationally famous for co-presenting Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson; he also currently presents Brainiac: Science Abuse on Sky 1, Should I Worry About...? on BBC 1 and Time Commanders on BBC 2. His Richard Hammond's 5 O'Clock Show was shown every weekday on ITV1 during January and February 2006, and he is a team captain on the BBC2 quiz show, Petrolheads. His weekly column can be read in the motoring section of The Daily Mirror. He drives two Land Rovers, a Suzuki GSXR1000, a Dodge Charger, a Porsche 911, a Morgan V6 Roadster and several kit cars.
'Confidential's stuffed with his unique wit on just about everything to do with motoring.' LADSMAG (October 2006) 'a combination of advice on the stages of your motoring life, humour and entertaining facts - perfect pub quiz fodder.' AUTOTRADER.CO.UK