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About the production

'Licence to Kill?' it's about exposing you to the worst case scenarios and getting you to think about what you can to avoid those situations – now and in the future.

On this website you'll find information about the production as well as tips for staying safe as a passenger or a driver – see the 'Advice' section.

This is an exciting time of your life. Don't ruin it for yourself or other people please.

Anyone can pass a driving test – it's your attitude that makes you a good driver.


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Stay connected for all the latest road safety news and advice from the L2K Team


Our six top tips for young drivers staying safe on the roads

  • Mick & Celia

    Serious Collision Investigators

    "There is no safe limit, so don't drive and drink or take drugs. It can still be in your body the next morning. Never accept a lift from someone you think has been drinking or taking drugs."

  • Alan


    "Watch your speed, and drive appropriately for the weather conditions. It means you'll have a better chance of keeping your own life, and less chance of having someone else's death on your conscience."

  • Denise


    "I see injuries first hand and the ones from road traffic crashes are by far the worst I've seen."

  • Marion

    "My beautiful 16 year old daughter was my sunshine.  My heart has a great big hole in it.  Imagine how your parents would feel if they lost you. Please don't put them through it."

  • Alaina

    “When I was 14 I was a passenger in a car involved in a crash with a lorry.  I was not wearing my seat belt.  Please wear your seat belt, the consequences are devastating.”

  • Spencer

    “You have to make the choice of taking the advice given or to ignore it.  Don’t ruin your life, or end the life of someone else.  Please remember you have a licence to drive, not a licence to kill.”

Watch the trailer for
Licence to Kill

The film used in L2K was filmed in Kent in 2010 and features local actors and actresses, one of which is now quite famous…. Watch the trailer here.


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