By: Simon B
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Driving within the Law
After you have passed your practical driving test and you have your driving licence, you can take to the roads without another qualified driver in the passenger seat. Whether you’re driving a car you own, one you’ve borrowed from a friend, or a hired one, the rules are the same. If you commit an offence while behind the wheel, it’s you who is responsible as you are driving.
You can’t afford to break the law because if you do and get caught, you can get penalty points on your licence, be fined or even end up in prison. If the offences are bad enough or you collect enough points, you may end up being banned from driving for a period of time or even going to jail. Don’t forget what you learned about the correct way to drive. And don’t forget that you have to be insured so check that any car you’re driving is covered for you to drive it.