From A to B: Tales Of Modern Motoring

In the UK back in the late 1980s/early 1990s, the humble company car was something much more than just mere work-related transport – it said everything about your position in the company and your position in life in general.

A good company car was essential to your social standing, and even manhood. And this brilliantly dry documentary from the era (1993) sums that up perfectly.

Driving gloves, mirrored aviators and a bloke who actually admits to sitting down with his wife and crying when his company car was downgraded, this doco has it all. In fact, you could be forgiven for thinking it was a part of this brilliant Rik Mayall/Comic Strip piss-take of the culture we have previously posted…

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