Ashford dad and newly-qualified driver Anthony Dighton has bagged himself a brand new Peugeot 107 after winning kmfm's Sign Me Win Me competition.
The railway worker was among 40 finalists at Peugeot Motorline's new showroom in Canterbury this morning.
They were asked a series of questions and were whittled down to just five, who were asked to choose a box numbered one to five, each containing a key.
Only one of the keys opened the door to the brand new car, and it happened to be number four, picked by Mr Dighton.
The 29-year-old, who lives in Kenardington near Hamstreet with his wife Toni Richards and 16-month-old daughter Willow, passed his driving test just three weeks ago.
Now, he has a brand new motor worth £8,000 as his first car.
He said: "I'm absolutely elated. It's amazing. I really wasn't expecting to win because I never win anything. It's brilliant for a first car."
The lucky winner said he nearly didn't go along to the showroom, because he thought his chances of winning were so low.
He continued: "I wasn't even going to come here today. I thought 'with 40 people in the running, what are the odds of me winning?'
"It's only because the wife dragged me out of bed that I'm here, and luckily enough, it paid off."
Mr Dighton was announced as the winner by Emma Saint, who presents the breakfast show on our sister radio station, kmfm.
The stunning prize was offered by Motorline Peugeot to celebrate the opening of its new showroom in Broad Oak Road, Canterbury.
The car popped up in different locations throughout Kent, which were announced on kmfm Breakfast with Rob and Emma.
Listeners were then invited to go along and sign the car to be in with a chance of winning it.
The moment Anthony Dighton wins the brand new Peugeot 107.