He might not have a license but Border Relay For Life mascot Dougal Bear is hoping to be driving away in a new car.
And the team at WAW Credit Union are calling on the wider Border community to "dig deep" in the lead up to the 2019 relay.
Dougal Bear was at the Wodonga bank last week test driving the major prize donated by Jacob Toyota and WAW chief executive Michael Mack said the event has a personal aspect for his team.
"We have been involved as a sponsor for a number of years now," he said.
"Like a lot of businesses and workplaces we have been affected by cancer, we have lost some colleagues in recent years to cancer, and so it is a really meaningful thing for us to do.
"Our staff really embrace it and love getting on board and fundraising in the lead up as well as walking laps well into the night.
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"We have a team in again this year, staff and families, we try and make it a family affair."
Mr Mack said it was important for the business to be "seen out in the community".
"But it is so much more than that, this event is run so well and our team love being a part of it each year," he said.
"It is a real community thing and people from all walks of life coming together for one purpose.
"There is something about that which makes the Border event really special."
Distribution manager Paul Vaccaro said their team have raffle tickets at each of the branches.
"Buy a raffle ticket, all the money raised goes a long way - you could even win this brand new car."
The Border Relay For Life is at Albury's Alexandra Park on October 26-27 and hopes to raise $350,000.