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I have reason to believe my neighbours son is on a provisional licence but drives alone.

 

 

I saw him yesterday pull onto his drive there was only him in the vehicle.

 

 

Any suggestions on how I should proceed with this one?

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Easy. Call the local police provided you have proof. What he is doing is EXTREMELY dangerous and must be stopped. He obviously thinks the law doesnt apply to him, so time to make him sit up and take notice.

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I have only seen so that's not proof enough? There's a big dent on passenger side door which wasn't there when car appeared first the first time on his drive

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Easy. Call the local police provided you have proof. What he is doing is EXTREMELY dangerous and must be stopped. He obviously thinks the law doesnt apply to him, so time to make him sit up and take notice.

 

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Report it via 101. Give the name and reg, they will deal with him if they cross paths.

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Hmm, just because you haven't seen an 'approved' driver car come to pick him up doesn't mean he is unlicensed. If he was, it could also mean he is uninsured as he is not licensed to drive.

 

 

I take it you mean 'approved' and not 'advanced'.

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If you're not sure but have a strong suspicion, then you have nothing to lose by reporting your suspicions except maybe the safety of others.

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I have considered a quiet word but hardly know them.the dent on passenger side is more like a cave in so am more inclined to err on the side of caution in this instance

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Lots of assumptions here

 

As an instructor, you know that many students and young people take lessons away from home. EG in between classes. Lessons do not always start and end at home.

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Why not ask him or his parents when / where he learnt? It can be done in a non-combative way, eg express surprise, since he had told you he needed lessons. Maybe your "interest" could scare him into stopping.

 

Or are you afraid of being known to be the snitch after the police knock on their door?

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Have left it for the police to check out now.I have assumed a lot. Would rather be safe than sorry! Call it women's intuition am rarely wrong ;)

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You put his car reg in the "police interest" database.

They will now be stopped every time the come across a anpr equipped police car.

And maybe he's got a full license.

I would have asked the parents where he took his lessons on the pretense that one of your relatives needed to learn to drive.

It's done now, hopefully your suspicion is funded

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