Can my son's friend legally teach him to drive using his car?

My son is working from home during lockdown, so is his flatmate. They have a bit more time available without their commutes so his flatmate has offered to take my son for practice drives. Is this allowed?

Asked on 18 May 2020 by Martin Cooper

Answered by Dan Powell
It is if your son's friend is:

-Over 21
-Held their licence for at least three years
-Has valid car insurance that also covers your son as a learner driver to use the vehicle
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