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Discussion in 'General Automotive Chat' started by Gops, Jul 14, 2013.
Spotted in Coventry.. What did you learn in ay? Lol
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He's probably 17 with a billionaire dad!
Agree with JoJo, rich mummy and daddy!
I learnt in an original Mini Rose 1L (998cc) Great car to learn in, despite the pink roof!
why not, if your born in to richness or earnt it, either way good on em.
bit funny, but i reckon its on there for a laugh rather then being serious.
Correct me if I am wrong but isn't it illegal to put L plates on your car if you are not a learner!?
It is as far as I know I had a rusty nova saloon Mexico red
Actually, isn't it a Green L for newly passed driver and Red L for learner driver!
He's even more of a legend! lol
no its a green p for thoise that have passed yet it can only be displayed for 4 weeks, which after that your no longer classed as a new cautious driver
and yes technically it is illegal to display l plates were the driver is an experienced one, but who whos
I learnt in a Nissan Micra, many years ago, it was fun, passed first time though
i learnt how to drive in a Lamborghini Diablo VT, needless to say my driving isnt too good hence i now drive an audi an daddy wont buy me sweets anymore
Legality is a bit of a grey area: there is no fine or points on the licence given for having L plates on while not a learner, but you will attract the attention of the police because they'll assume you're an unsupervised learner... they'll take your details to check who you are and then advise (not require, as far as I'm aware) you to take them off.