Jay Leno is back in the driver’s seat less than two weeks after a fiery accident that left him severely burned.

The 72-year-old funnyman and former “Tonight Show” host was spotted driving a 2002 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG to his Burbank, California, garage on Tuesday — the same spot where the incident happened on Nov. 13.

Close-up pictures show the remnants of Leno’s intense injuries, with his chin, ear and hands red and bloody.

He was also seen taking his 1963 Corvette and Maserati 3500 GT in and out of the garage.

“Hangin’ in! Everything’s fine — everything’s good,” Leno responded to videographers who spotted him and asked how he was doing.

“I’ll be performing Sunday at Comedy & Magic Club,” he added, confirming a 7 p.m. show on Nov. 27 in Hermosa Beach, California, which the venue had promoted on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon.

And Leno’s humor was still sharp as ever. When a photographer suggested he should get some sleep before his weekend gig, Leno quipped, “Yeah, I need barbecue!”

Leno previously explained that he was working on his 115-year-old car when a fuel leak and a simultaneous spark in the 1907 White Steam Car triggered an explosion.

He was released from the Grossman Burn Center on Monday, where he smiled with staff members for a photo before he left. Leno had visible scars on his face and hands in the picture.

Jay Leno shows off his injuries while filling up a classic car at a gas station in Burbank, California, not far from the garage where he suffered burns.
Leno is shown out and about with one of his classic cars.
Leno accidentally dropped the gas nozzle while preparing to fill up his car.
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Leno fills up the gas tank on one of his classic cars while out and about on Tuesday.
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Jay Leno, 72, was spotted arriving at his car garage in Burbank, California, on Tuesday.
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Leno tools around in a vintage vehicle.
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“Comedian Jay Leno was released from the Grossman Burn Center today,” doctors shared in a release obtained by People on Monday. “After a 10-day stay at the facility, Jay will receive follow-up care at the Grossman Outpatient Burn Clinic for burns to his face, chest and hands he received during a fire at his home garage.”

His burns were very visible.
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A close-up of Leno’s in-progress recovery.
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Jay Leno is spotted taking his 1963 Corvette for a spin as he returns to his garage.
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Leno spent 10 days in the Grossman Burn Center.
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He was driving a silver Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG.
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Leno posed with burn clinic staff members Monday in the first sighting of him since the fire Nov. 13.
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He will receive follow-up care at Grossman, the hospital stated.
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“Jay would like to let everyone know how thankful he is for the care he received, and is very appreciative of all of the well wishes. He is looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with his family and friends and wishes everyone a wonderful holiday,” the statement closed.

Jay Leno seen driving a vintage Maserati after his serious burn accident.
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Leno was treated in a hyperbaric chamber, received skin grafts and underwent another surgical procedure.
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He was reportedly grateful to be able to go home for Thanksgiving.
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Leno allowed “Inside Edition” cameras to film him being treated in a hyperbaric chamber. Despite receiving skin grafts and another surgical procedure this week, he was reportedly walking around and cracking jokes with burn center employees.

Leno is an avid car collector and even has his own show called “Jay Leno’s Garage.”
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As of June, Leno had over 180 vehicles in his collection, including exotic cars, hypercars and museum-grade artifacts, according to US News & World Report.

Leno in the driver’s seat of a vintage Maserati after the burn accident.
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Leno driving his 1963 Corvette after returning to his garage.
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Season 7 of his CNBC show, “Jay Leno’s Garage,” where he tries all things automotive, wrapped up last month with guest President Joe Biden.

Doctors expect Leno to make a full recovery.