97-year-old native of India, living in Dubai, updated his driver's license.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 97-year-old native of India, living in Dubai, by the name of Tahamtan Homi Dhunjibhoy Meta, updated driver's license. Thus, in three years he can become the first hundred-year-old driver on the roads of the Emirate.
His driver's license is valid until 2023. However, Tehemten is in no hurry to get behind the wheel, believing that cars make people lazy. Since 2004, he has been using public transport or walking for several hours a day, which he considers a guarantee of his health and longevity.
Interestingly, just the other day Prince Philip and the Duke of Edinburgh voluntarily surrendered his driver's license. Earlier, January 17, 97-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II was in an accident near the Royal estate Sandringham. "After careful consideration, the Duke of Edinburgh decided to surrender his driver's license voluntarily," Buckingham Palace said.