Magnetic 'L' Plates for learner drivers 49p! HOME BARGAINS
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Magnetic 'L' Plates for learner drivers 49p! HOME BARGAINS

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Found 5th Oct 2012
Going through the experience of learning to drive is expensive enough so why not pick up some cheap 'L' plates from Home Bargains.

As always stock is unpredictable but i'm sure if you ask they will let you know. I purchased after seeing/refusing to pay £6.99 in Halfords.

(http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_372665_langId_-1_categoryId_165596)

ENJOY!

15 Comments

Get fully magnetic ones if you can rather than these. Unless you like littering the streets of course.

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oddballjamie

Get fully magnetic ones if you can rather than these. Unless you like … Get fully magnetic ones if you can rather than these. Unless you like littering the streets of course.



Mine have been on my car securely for the past 4 months in all weather conditions. Never had an issue. Perhaps you live in a very windy part of the UK..

samathon

Mine have been on my car securely for the past 4 months in all weather … Mine have been on my car securely for the past 4 months in all weather conditions. Never had an issue. Perhaps you live in a very windy part of the UK..


Nah the missus just drives fast, scares the life out of me lol

These should be stuck on all cars driven by under 25 year olds !

markjohnson

These should be stuck on all cars driven by under 25 year olds !


Would cause more accidents. I've found when in a car with L plates on other drivers take unnecessary risks when attempting to overtake, too many old and young fools on the road nowadays. Although I am for limiting the type of cars new drivers should be able to drive, the current system punishes the poor, wealthy young drivers also cause accidents. Works for motorbikes.

car insurance is ludicrously expensive dont bother

Must have lost about 8 sets of these when I was learning to drive years ago. Always used to fly off when going down the A38.

They should do 'I' plates for certified idiot drivers and 'W' plates for women. 'WI' might be a bit too common though and offend the precious Women's Institute

Honestly tell me you wouldn't like women drivers to have to have a 'W' plate on their vehicle. That is useful information to me. I bet some Saudi official reads this and implements this post haste for the new Saudi arabia

Edited by: "vulcanproject" 11th Oct 2012

seanjames

car insurance is ludicrously expensive dont bother


Everything about cars is expensive, fuel, tax, insurance, parts, hourly rates at garages and gets higher every year.
It's one massive rip off industry, but I'm a petrol head so I'm gonna enjoy it while it lasts

vulcanproject

They should do 'I' plates for certified idiot drivers and 'W' plates for … They should do 'I' plates for certified idiot drivers and 'W' plates for women. 'WI' might be a bit too common though and offend the precious Women's Institute


W parking spaces with flip up sides like a bowling alley to guide the car into a space lol

markjohnson

These should be stuck on all cars driven by under 25 year olds !


Great logic, so an old driver who has only just passed will be safe to drive not on experience but due to age? how about maureen, remember her? and a young driver who could have 7 years experience and fall into your under 25's category would need them? perhaps you meen any driver with less than x amount of years experience should have them. But needing 7 years experience would be very excessive.

I think there are P plates for that aren't there - for recently passed drivers - not that you see many people with them.

Age alone isn't enough of an indicator, as you can have a 25 year old who passed at 17 and has driven safely for 7-8 years, or a 25 year old who has just passed their test. Years of experience is what *should* make the difference.

Avenger1324

I think there are P plates for that aren't there - for recently passed … I think there are P plates for that aren't there - for recently passed drivers - not that you see many people with them.Age alone isn't enough of an indicator, as you can have a 25 year old who passed at 17 and has driven safely for 7-8 years, or a 25 year old who has just passed their test. Years of experience is what *should* make the difference.


P plates aren't enforced, there's talk of bringing things in for new drivers such as limiting night driving and the amount of passengers, gonna be a nightmare to police it though.

P plates are for 'plonkers'

Lost so many of these back in the day, finally just masking taped them to the car. That sorted that.
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