MORE than 21,000 South Australian learner and probationary drivers have lost their licences in the past five years.

Latest Transport Department figures, obtained by The Advertiser , show 21,095 L and P-plate drivers - more than 11 a day - have lost their licences since 2006.

So far this year, police have disqualified 3646 L and P-plate drivers - 1000 fewer than five years ago.

The most common offences resulting in a loss of licence were speeding, talking on a mobile phone, failing to disp...


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