A motorist has snapped a photo of a learner driver in a Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV along a busy Melbourne highway.
The photo was published on the Melbourne Car Spotters Facebook group, with the photographer claiming the driver was a 16-year old heading home from school.
They also claim the vehicle was being driven sensibly.
The Aventador LP750-4 SV was last sold in Australia in 2017 and carried a price tag of $891,000 before on-road costs.
In Victoria, drivers on their learner's permit are permitted to drive high-powered supercars. The only vehicle-related restriction pertains to towing: Victorian learner drivers can't tow a trailer, caravan or other vehicle.
Like any other vehicle, L-plate drivers are required to drive with a supervising driver who has a full and current licence.
It's not until drivers are on their provisional licenses that power-to-weight ratio laws are applied.
What car did you drive while you were on your learner's permit? Let us know in the comments.
Content originally sourced from: CarExpert.com.au
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