On September 8, 20220, Buckingham Palace announced a statement that Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at her home in Balmoral, Scotland. As the longest-serving monarch in British history, her death marks the end of an era. Over 70 years, she appointed 15 prime ministers, gave her assent to over 4,000 Acts of Parliament and made 285 official tours across the Commonwealth. The Queen will be remembered for many things, among which is her love for cars and driving. She was the only person in the country who hasn’t needed a driving license, seeing as they are issued in her name. And, over the years, has been pictured behind the wheel of various British manufactured vehicles.