Have you ever thought much about the person driving your taxi? Or do you just get in, lost in your own thoughts, pay the fare, get out and carry on with your day? He, or she, is just like you in a lot of ways. Trying to earn a living, worrying about day to day expenses, thinking about family problems. Driven To The Brink follows the life of taxi driver, Malcolm Cooper, who has been in the business for thirty-eight years. It relates how he got into taxi driving after trying a number of different jobs and how much he loved the work, and the contact with his passengers, regular or otherwise and fellow taxi drivers. He was involved in the school run, the trips to the doctor, the dentist and the hospital and became good friends with a lot of his regulars. Like all jobs it has its frustrations and bad days, but as Malcolm says there was never a day that he did not want to go to work. Everything changes though and the time comes when he feels it is time to call it a day, hand in his badge and move on into retirement. A different type of life beckons.