L Platers

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Having been through the process myself in the last ten years, I have a full appreciation of what it takes to learn to drive. 

It's a long process that depending on what state you live in can take up to 120 hours of supervised driving to get going.

Driving home after my shift yesterday I noticed several drivers tail gating an L Plater on the main highway out of town.

Clearly the driver can't go any faster due to speed restrictions when you are learning but didn't they learn once as well?

It's frustrating that we don't have patience anymore when it comes to other people especially on the roads while driving.

Have you had a similar experience with your children or maybe when you have been learning to drive yourself in NSW?