L-driver

L-driver

n
Brit a learner-driver: a person who is learning to drive, has not yet passed the official driving test, and must be accompanied by a qualified driver and display L-plates on the car
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Translations

L-driver

n (Brit inf) → Fahrschüler(in) m(f)
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References in periodicals archive ?
L-DRIVER Nathan Wood couldn't stand properly when pulled over by police and confessed to having "just done a 10-shot challenge".
AN L-driver being pursued by police kept going for a mile after a stinger device blew out the car's tyres, a court heard yesterday.
Birmingham L-driver caught cheating in theory test 5.
Today, despite having enough cash to buy a fleet of flash cars, L-driver Luke says he has no plans to splash out.
And if you come across an L-driver they have no idea how to respond and are clearly just praying that you don't cost them their test.
Mo was launched on the road to fame after being dubbed the L-driver from Hell in the BBC documentary Driving School.
L-driver Janis Wilson was delighted when I sorted out a wrangle over her mobility car in October.
L-DRIVER Nathan Urwin smashed his motorbike into a parked car while over the limit and not wearing a helmet.
The startling figures come after L-driver Susan Gleeson, 21, escaped prison on Monday for not yielding at a junction and ploughing straight into Geraldine Clancy killing her and her daughter Louise last December.