A New Zealand-based charity is teaching rescued dogs to drive cars in order to show the public just how intelligent canines can be.
Rest assured, this is no trick. A select few pooches have undergone intense training in Auckland and can do everything from accelerate to steer and brake, and even change gears.
About six months ago, a Giant Schnauzer by the name of Monty was given up by his owners. They said he was too difficult to control, but the canine driving school obviously disagreed, and some seven weeks later Monty was behind the wheel of a Mini.
Check out the BBC video report below.