FROM YAHOO NEWS:
A pensioner on a mobility scooter took a wrong turn and ended up driving along a motorway with a 70 mile per hour speed limit, prompting a police escort home.
Police received telephone calls from concerned drivers after seeing the 89-year-old travelling along the M20 at Cheriton in Kent.
"Kent Police received reports that a mobility scooter was travelling on the hard shoulder of the M20 on the London-bound carriageway," a spokeswoman said.
"An 89-year-old local man had taken the wrong turning and had travelled by mistake on to the M20."
The incident on Tuesday comes after a 90-year-old man on his scooter was assisted off a busy A-road in February.
The pensioner had taken a wrong turn onto a carriageway while out shopping near Shoreham in West Sussex.
"He said he had gone out to buy a newspaper. Somehow he must have got on to the roundabout and taken the wrong road," said a driver, who waved down the pensioner, before police arrived to help him home.