Her husband, Prince Philip may face a car crash, but Queen Elizabeth's pilot can not be any different.
The 92-year-old king is the only person in the UK who does not need a license to sit behind the wheel and drive as teens, according to Hello!
Queen Elizabeth's car collection is estimated to cost over $ 18 million, with royal favorites for brands such as Land Rover, Range Rover, Bentley and Jaguar
The Queen had never had to drive a test and was able to drive without a registration number as part of the discretionary powers it enjoys as a monarch.
At age 18, Elizabeth, then a princess trained as a driver and mechanic for the women's auxiliary territorial service during the world  War 2.
Since then, reportedly, she is a confident driver, even known for that he frightened King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia with his skills. Cowery-Cowles, who are telling the Sunday Times, the Saudi monarch was worried about his speedy drive.
"As it was ordered, the prince climbed to the front seat of the front Land Rover, with a seat interpreter behind him. To his surprise, the queen stepped into the driver's seat, turned the lighter and started, remembered Mr. Cowper-Coles, adding that it was a time when women could not legally drive to Saudi Arabia. just as the queen, a military soldier in wartime, has accelerated Land Rover on the narrow streets of Scottish property, spoke all the time.
While the protocol dictates that the queen must be prompted to public engagements, despite her age, she still enters the driver's seat , in order to bypass his property for private events, meanwhile, the Edinburgh Duke's drive remains below after being involved in a car crash that has seen Land Rover overturned when it comes to the coming Kia. 19659003] Kia is ruled by 28-year-old Eli Townsend, with Em and Fairwind and nine men
Both women have suffered minor injuries with Ms. Fairweather who broke her wrist while the baby was not hurt
Just two days after the incident with Prince Philip talked to the police, after being photographed without a safety belt
Ms. Fairway has called for a "highly insensitive and reckless duke" to be held accountable for the incident
"There must be a decision whether Prince Philip and I are from one and the same way of life here or not "
" I feel that his treatment is not the same as mine. "
This story January originally appeared on NEWS.COM.AU