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L-plate

Brit a white rectangle with an "L" sign fixed to the back and front of a motor vehicle; a red "L" sign is used to show that a driver using it is a learner who has not passed the driving test; a green "L" sign may be displayed by new drivers for up to a year after passing the driving test
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However, many L-plate drivers apply for the test but do not turn up.
WATCH THE VIDEO See the online at liverpoolecho.co.uk Angela started her lessons five years aqo and her L-plates have since become a regular sight on the roads of Wirral.
BORO'S L-plate poacher Curtis Main may be put to the first team test - at another club.
Typical experimental results from Hayes and Jokar (2009) for the L-plate configuration are given in Table 2.
IF you shudder at the thought of donning a pink feather boa, a veil bought in the local pound shop and an L-plate complete with flashing LEDs, then look no further than our hen night alternatives.
Until then, he has someone with him and a L-plate on his car." Fuller, of Ashbourne Drive, Crewe, Cheshire, also had his provisional licence endorsed with three penalty points..
"I think Maik Taylor put an L-plate on the back of my car and I didn't see it until I got home.
THE second Test has been dubbed Dad's Army against Duds' Army, Steve Harmison has had an L-plate superimposed on to his backside by one Australian tabloid newspaper and Matthew Hayden thinks Monty Panesar bowls right-handed.
They're all there, from the ubiquitous Honda Cub which kept the company funded for so many years, through the 1970s L-plate favourite the CB250N to the CBR600 and Blackbird of today.
The 17-year-old, Albert Square wild child Tiffany Butcher, is seen giving a pal a lift on an L-plate scooter.
It emerged during the trial the car had no L-plate, no NCT and two soft tyres that could have caused the collision.