It is possible to obtain a provisional driving licence as soon as you’re Fifteen years and 9 months old.
You can begin driving a vehicle whenever you’re 17.
You are able to drive a car when you’re 16 if you achieve, or have requested, the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
You should check which automobiles one can learn to drive.
Rules for your driving practise
You have to have a provisional driving licence for Great Britain or Northern Ireland to take driving lessons.
If you have your provisional licence you are able to drive on all roads apart from motorways.
You have to be supervised when you’re learning to drive a vehicle. This could be by a approved driving instructor or another person who meets the policies, eg friends or family.
The vehicle you learn in must present ‘L’ plates.