The L Sticker Rebellion: TikTok Video Shows New Car Owner and Many Mzansi Drivers Refuse To Lose Their L

The L Sticker Rebellion: TikTok Video Shows New Car Owner and Many Mzansi Drivers Refuse To Lose Their L

  • A woman who copped herself a fresh pair of wheels flaunted her L with pride and did not want to let it go
  • The beautiful dame stuck the L behind her car and seemed pleased with her L
  • Other Tiktokkers supported her, with some saying they've had their Ls for years

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The woman who won't lose the L
A young woman vowed not to remove her Learner's sticker after buying a new car. Image: @_emeldah/ Peter Dazeley
Source: TikTok

When a lovely woman bought her car, she slapped the 'learner driver' sticker on the back even though she's had a license for seven years!

It's always an outstanding achievement worth celebrating when you buy your first car.

Woman leaves Learner sticker on her new car

When @_emeldah bought her new car, she celebrated by pasting a learner's sign on the back, which gave netizens a great laugh.

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The TikTok video shows the beautiful young woman pasting the sticker on her back while it is still in the garage.

Emeldah Hlungwane confirms to Briefly News that she forgot how to drive

Emeldah Hlungwane spoke to Briefly News about why she will not remove the sticker anytime soon.

The 25-year-old teacher in Giyani, Limpopo, bought her Nissan Magnite on 30 June.

"I got my first driver's license in 2016 while taking a gap year. My license expired in July 2021, and I didn't renew it until two months before buying a car. I told myself I would not renew this license unless I were buying a car," she said.
"So I put the L on my car because I got my license a long time ago, and I kinda forgot how to drive, so I wanted other road users to understand if it was making mistakes while driving, to make them aware that they are dealing with someone learning. I'm not planning on removing the L until I feel like my driving is fluent."

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Mzansi drivers have had their Ls for years, comments reveal

It seems as if many South Africans are also into this trend, as the comments showed how commonplace leaving the sticker on your car is after purchasing a new car.

Nomvula shared how long she's had her sticker on the car long after she bought the vehicle. She said:

"I've had mine for four years."

Deepee's colleagues relieved her vehicle of the sticker shortly after buying it. She added:

"At my work, they removed mine after three days."

Khumbukhumbu185 pointed out that the colour on her sticker faded, but won't remove it despite owning a driver's license for years.

"Mine's colour changed, and I will never remove it."

Cirhakazi has had hers on her car for over a decade.

"I've had mine for 11 years, and I will never remove it."

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Yolz-mantlane said that she loves her L.

"Had my L for almost three years now. I just love my L."

Man buys his girlfriend a brand-new Benz

In a recent article, Briefly News wrote that a lucky girlfriend scored a brand-new Mercedes Benz from her doting boyfriend.

The lovely young woman rushed to share her birthday gift, and women on Tiktok asked where she got a boyfriend that would buy her a whole Mercedes Benz.

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Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email:

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