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Age limits – Section 1
From birth Have your own passport Have your own passport Have a bank account Have a bank account
From 5 years Start full-time education Start full-time education
From 8 years Be found guilty of a crime Be found guilty of a crime
From 12 years Make a will Make a will
From 13 years Work for no more than two hours a day Work for no more than two hours a day
From 14 years Be taken into a bar but not consume alcohol Be taken into a bar but not consume alcohol
From 16 years Can marry Can marry Buy tobacco Buy tobacco Ride a moped up to 50cc Ride a moped up to 50cc Leave school Leave school Buy fireworks Buy fireworks
From 17 years Drive a car or motorbike Drive a car or motorbike Give blood (with parents consent) Give blood (with parents consent) Fly an aircraft solo Fly an aircraft solo
From 18 years Vote Vote Serve on a jury Serve on a jury Buy alcohol in a bar or shop Buy alcohol in a bar or shop Bet in a betting shop Bet in a betting shop Be tattooed Be tattooed
From 21 years Adopt a child Adopt a child Stand as an MP or councillor Stand as an MP or councillor Drive an HGV or bus Drive an HGV or bus
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