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Hi, can a moped drive on a motorway please, if the driver has a full licence? Is there a minimum speed for motorways? And a last question, is the A1(M) a motorway? Thank you.

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14 hours ago, KathT said:

Hi, can a moped drive on a motorway please, if the driver has a full licence? Is there a minimum speed for motorways? And a last question, is the A1(M) a motorway? Thank you.

Read your highway code it is all in there. The highway code is the book that everyone who holds a licence has declared that they know and abide by.

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Hi, can a moped drive on a motorway please, if the driver has a full licence? Is there a minimum speed for motorways? And a last question, is the A1(M) a motorway? Thank you.

No
No
Yes
And as for the other advice the Highway Code is not the law.


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6 hours ago, Reasonable Man said:


And as for the other advice the Highway Code is not the law.
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It summarises the Law and the prohibition on vehicles and use is post on the Motorway signs.  When a person applies for a driving licence they confirm that they are conversant with the Highway Code, which can be replied on to support evidence for a multitude of offences. It also lists offences with the statue relating to it.

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