Roger Moore’s 007 would have lost licence nearly eight times in his seven films
Never mind a licence to kill, it’s a miracle 007 even had a licence to drive judging by Roger Moore’s record in his seven films as Bond.
Shaken and stirred experts spotted enough law-breaking to clock up 91 points and get the super-spy banned nearly eight times.
The worst film offender jumped a river in The Man with the Golden Gun, drove a Mercedes on rail tracks in Octopussy and wrecked a Renault in Paris in A View to a Kill.
And Jardine Motors’ study found lots of crazy driving by other heroes.
But dishonourable mentions must go to Steve McQueen, Michael Caine and his pals, and Ansel Elgort who in one film each clocked up 50, 72 and 75 points respectively.
Vin Diesel’s 68 over nine Fast & Furious films seems positively safe in comparison.
Neil Greig, of UK Road Safety charity IAM RoadSmart, said: “In the UK anyone attempting to drive fast and furiously will soon run out of rubber, run out of empty streets and run out of luck with the law.”