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Longer, tougher L-test comes in

A NEW tougher and longer driving test was introduced in the UK on Tuesday. The new £37.75 examination is seven minutes longer and includes, where possible, more driving on dual carriageways and rural single carriageways.

The regulations will fail any candidate who makes more than 15 small mistakes. However, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents said it wanted to see novice drivers re-assessed two years after they passed the test and the compulsory use of logbooks to record a learner's progress.

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