AA Fully Magnetic P Plates for Recently Qualified Drivers - AA0347 - One Pair Universal Easy Fit, Green
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After passing your test, and have gained a full UK driving licence you should remove your L plates – or replace them with P plates for a short while after. Probationary plates, or ‘P plates’, are used by newly qualified drivers who have recently passed their driving test.
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P plates are important for building confidence for newly qualified drivers, however, there are no specific rules regarding how long drivers should use them. Whether you are looking to start learning or are about to take your test, L and P plates are of vital importance, and not having them can land you in a lot of trouble.
The Halfords Magnetic Learner Driver Plates x3 are ideal for any vehicle as they give a heads up to fellow road drivers when you're learning to drive. It is hoped that this will give the new driver more time and space to carry out manoeuvres – and to not make them feel any unnecessary pressure. The Halfords Magnetic P Driver Plates x3 let other road users know that you've just passed your driving test. Additional Note:Correct L plates need to be specific size and follow the prescribed design, set out by the Government. This means that the letter 'L' must be at least 79mm tall, with a width of at least 14mm. By agreeing to these rules, you warrant that you will not post any messages that are obscene, vulgar,sexually-oriented, hateful, threatening, or otherwise violative of any laws. If you are a learner driver and you do not have an L plate clearly displayed on the front and rear of the vehicle then you will get in trouble with the police.
If you are teaching someone to drive, then you must be a qualified and licenced driver who is at least 21 years old and has held a full driving licence for at least three years. The supervisor is responsible for ensuring the learner driver follows the rules of the road and keeps the L plates on at all times. Following a successful driving test, you can remove your L plates – and if you want, you can replace them with P plates.The plates are used by learner drivers who are in the process of obtaining their full UK driving licence. For learners themselves, displaying L plates can be a source of growing their confidence when driving and helps them develop safe driving habits.