What Can I Drive with a Provisional Licence?

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As a provisional license holder, you can not drive a car unsupervised. The terms of your license state that you must be accompanied by a full license holder who is over 21 and has held their license for 3 years or more. You can drive a car that your supervisor is qualified to drive, this means that you can not drive a manual car with a provisional licence if the person supervising you has only passed the UK test in an automatic car.
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A provisional drivers licence is a permission to drive on the roads when one is under the supervision of the driving instructor or when one has not obtained the age of having a driving licence. It is the official document which authorizes one to operate various motor vehicles on public roads. To obtain the licence, one must be at least 16 years or 17 years of age.
A provisional driving licence costs £50.00 upon application with the passport photos and accompanying requirements. It is obtained from the DVLA and one needs to be approaching or beyond the age of 17 to qualify.
You can apply for a provisional driving license online. This is the easiest way to obtain your first provisional driving license. It costs you only 50 pounds through a valid credit or debit card. For more details visit: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/Motoringtransactions/BeforeyouapplyA/DG_10032690
On a provisional licence, you will be able to drive a car with L plates under the supervision of someone who is over 21 and has held his her licence for at least 3 years. You can also drive mowing machines, some tractors and a bike up to 125cc.
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