Can i practice driving as i am a learner during lockdown? or do i get a fine (UK)?
What about if you do an essential journey such as drive to get food as a learner?
- RobsteriarkLv 77 months agoFavourite answer
Definitely considered non-essential travel.
You cannot even use the defence of going to buy food as you're then unnecessarily taking a supervising driver out with you who could have justifiably made that trip without you.
You're definitely risking a fine if you try it as those L-plates will certainly attract police attention as much as if you were driving with a canoe on a roof-rack.
- Anonymous7 months ago
That would be non-essential travel the police will fine you.
- MayLv 67 months ago
You "can" but you shouldn't
- Robert JLv 77 months ago
No, that is definitely not a good idea.
You may be fined for non-essential travel.