Who’s been doing what longer?

A older man was crossing a street one day when he was struck by a car. The pedestrian sued the motorist, whose lawyer made the following statement at the end of the trial: “Your honour, my client was not at fault. He has been driving a car for 20 years, and has never had an accident, nor gotten so much as a speeding ticket. I don’t think I need to say any more.”

Unimpressed, the plaintiff’s lawyer stood up and said, “Your honour, since opposing counsel insists on bringing up the matter of experience, may I remind the court that my client has been walking for over 73 years…”