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Dad petitions to ban P-platers from having passengers after son Lachlan Smith died


Grieving father whose son was killed in a car crash launches petition to ban P-platers from carrying passengers

  • ‘Devastated’ dad wants limits on P-platers carrying passengers after son’s death
  • Nigel Smith lost 18-year-old Lachlan last February in a horror car crash in Sydney
  • He has called for NSW and the country to put limits on provisional drivers 

A grieving dad has called for P-platers to be banned from having passengers for the first 12 months of their licence.

Nigel Smith lost his 18-year-old son Lachlan when the teen was a passenger in a car crash last February in Silverdale, southwest of Sydney. 

A 17-year-old friend of the keen dirt bike rider was allegedly driving a Mazda 6 about 45km over the speed limit before the car struck another…



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