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MHK says he will listen to R-plate concerns

Mon, 02 Nov 2015


Controversial plans to change the restrictions placed on new drivers are not a "knee jerk reaction".

That's according to the Department of Infrastructure which wants to impose new rules for motorists on R-plates.

imit on passengers and a curfew hasn't proved popular with parents and those who work unusual hours.

MHK John Houghton has responsibility for highways he says it would be "foolish" not to listen to their concerns:

 

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