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Sri Lankan Law Forum » Traffic Law Forum » My son has not completed eighteen years of age. Can he use my private car for learning purposes?

My son has not completed eighteen years of age. Can he use my private car for learning purposes?

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- For the purpose of learning to drive a Motor Vehicle a person who has attained eighteen years may notwithstanding that he not the holder of the driving licence, drive on a highway any motor vehicle, other than a motor coach, hiring car or a lorry carrying passengers or goods.

- If you are competent to drive you can teach your son/daughter provided a L shape board is fixed to the front/rear of the vehicle. You should also obtain a learner Insurance policy. The learner should be over eighteen years of age for the trainer to obtain a learner Insurance Policy.

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