The Lithuanian parliament unanimously accepted a proposal to ban young drivers from driving powerful cars.
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The Traffic Safety Law amendment, put forward by MP Gintaras Tamošiūnas (Labour Party), proposes that drivers without two years of experience should not be allowed to drive category B cars with power to mass ratio above 0,06kW/kg.

According to Mr. Tamošiūnas, the amended law would affect only 2 percent of Lithuania‘s drivers.

The new rules should take effect on Jaunuary 1, 2017.

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