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learner l and p plates
There is a legal requirement for drivers who are learning to drive to have 'L' (which stands for learner) plates fitted to the front and rear of their vehicle when under instruction, but there's no legal need for using ëP´ plates. Here, will explain more about learner 'L' and 'P' plates so you keep on the right side of the law.
Buying learner L and P plates
When it comes to buying learner L and P plates there is a wide choice available from plates that can be temporarily fixed to the vehicle. The letter for the learner plates will be a red 'L' on a white background and the plate itself must meet certain dimensions for it to be legally valid. It's important to appreciate that L plates must be fitted to cars of professional driving tutors and whether someone is undergoing a private lesson from a family member or friend.
One reason for this is to make other road users aware that you may not have the skills or experience and may be liable to making a mistake which, as a result, means other road users should be respectful and give the learner driver time and space without causing them to become frustrated or nervous and then forcing a mistake to be made. Failing to display a learner plate that is the right size, or complies with legal requirements could see the driver receiving six penalty points on their license and that's before they've even received a full driving licence. That's a high price to pay since learner plates tend to be inexpensive.
Learner drivers must display their L plates prominently but they cannot fix them to the windscreen or the rear window, as this will restrict their view. It's also important to appreciate that when the learner driver is not behind the wheel, then the L plates must be removed.
Growing demand for P plates
In recent years, there's been a growing demand for P plates and while these are not mandatory they are a popular choice. The P stands for Probationary and will alert other road users to the fact that the driver may have recently passed their driving test and may lack the experience when driving by themselves so other road users should respect them and give them space to make decisions without forcing mistakes. There's a lot to recommend P plates for those who have just passed their driving test, particularly since it is important that the driver builds-up their experience behind the wheel to become a safe and conscientious driver. Also, you can leave P plates on your vehicle for as long as you want to, there's no restrictive time limit.
Searching for learner L & P plates
If you are searching for learner L & P plates, it's important that you source quality items from a reputable supplier and that they meet legal requirements, which is where the MorePartz site can help.