The 39-year-old pop icon looked happy and unrestrained while driving her pricey white Mercedes-AMG SL 63 around her ritzy Los Angeles neighborhood on Monday.
Appearing in the driver's seat, Britney smiled while being in full control for the first time in nearly 13 years.
Leaving her blonde hair down, the Oops!... I Did It Again hitmaker slipped on a pair of aviator sunglasses and hit the pavement solo.
Britney was photographed all alone, without her fiancé Sam Asghari. She didn't seem to mind one bit; in fact, Britney once said that driving her car was the only time she felt free.
In MTV's 2008 documentary For The Record — filmed after Jamie began her conservator — Britney was asked, "When did you last feel free?"
Without hesitation, she responded, "When I got to drive my car a lot."
"I love driving my car," she said, adding, "There's something about being able to drive your car that allows freedom. I haven't been able to drive my car."
Britney looked in power and in control as she drove her car around. While she was driving all alone, Daily Mail reports that one bodyguard was following her in a separate vehicle.
During her June 23 testimony, Britney didn't hold back, telling the judge, "All I want is to own my money, for this to end, and my boyfriend to drive me in his [expletive] car."
The Grammy winner scored a major victory last month when the judge suspended Jamie as the conservator of her estate.
Britney's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, fought tooth and nail for his client, slamming Jamie for the way he's handled his daughter over the 13-year conservatorship.
The judge appointed John Zabel as Jamie's replacement. He's the man that Britney's dad felt lacked the qualifications for the job. Zabel will remain conservatorship of Britney's estate until December 31.
A hearing is scheduled on November 12 to determine if Britney's conservatorship should end altogether.