When driving with a provisional licence does the person who sits with you who has held a driving licence for m
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more than 3 years.
They have to have held a full licence for 3 years
yes they need to have a full driving license
they have to have held a full uk driving license for 3 years and be over 21
They need to have held a full licence for 3 years, be at least 21 and be fully insured to drive the car. They must also be in a fit state to drive.
Think they have to have held a licence for 2 years. My mum and dad used to go out with me as I was still learning.
Yes the person must sit in the front passenger seat and must have the same qualifications as a driving instructor ie they must have their driving licence for at least 3 years and be over 21 years.
So long as they have a full UK licence, no problem
No i'd blame you!!
the passenger needs to be over the age f 21 , held a full license for 3 years and your need to be insured on that car and have L plates .
Your supervisor needs to be 21 or over and held a full Uk licence for three years.
They must have a full licence and able to take control,, ( be sober).. check with dmv for other regulations..