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Information about us
Youthsafe is a not for profit charity which partners to prevent unintentional injury of young people. We are located at Suite 304, 5-9 Devlin Street Ryde 2112. ABN 91 068 371 022.

Intellectual property rights
David Riches is the owner of the intellectual property rights of the content of the eBook Ls to Ps: Teaching Aussie Teens to Drive.

 

This work is protected by Australian copyright law and the author’s rights are reserved. You may obtain one digital copy of the eBook for your personal use only. You may not share the copy in digital form across devices.

David Riches’ status as the author of the eBook must always be acknowledged. 

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You must not use any part of the eBook for commercial purposes without obtaining the author’s express permission to do so.

Reliance on information eBook contents
Information contained in this publication reflects the author’s many years’ practical experience helping parents and supervising drivers to teach learner drivers. While every care has been taken by the author and publisher to verify the accuracy of its contents at the time of publishing, laws and road rules do change from time to time and the reader is advised to check with all relevant laws and rules pertaining to their state or territory at the time they are beginning the learning to drive process. This publication is published and distributed on the basis that neither the author nor the publisher is responsible for the results of any actions taken by readers that may arise from any error or omission in the publication or misinterpretation of it by readers. To the extent permitted by law, the author and publisher expressly disclaim all and any liability and responsibility to any person, whether a reader of this publication or not, in respect of claims, losses or damages or any other matter, either direct or consequential, arising out of or in relation to the use and reliance, whether wholly or partially, upon any information contained or products referred to in this publication.


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