Luton ended a run of six successive away games with a draw against Chester at the Deva Stadium.
The Hatters' preparation was not ideal as their team coach got stuck in traffic, forcing kick-off to be delayed by around 15 minutes.
However, they did not let it affect them and went in front thanks to Andre Gray's clever turn and powerful strike.
The hosts equalised through Gareth Seddon's long-range effort and despite pressing for a winner Luton held on.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Luton boss John Still told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"I'm delighted. We've had a difficult day against a team that was really up for it.
"I think as long as everyone gives everything that they've got, I'm always going to be happy.
"I'm really pleased with what we've put in to the game, I'm really pleased with our effort, I'm really pleased with our determination, but more important than anything, I'm really pleased that we just didn't stop going.
"I have to give the other team credit, they've worked their socks off today. I just spoke to one of their lads and he said that's the best they've played."
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