In series two, we follow another twelve new drivers to see what they’re really like behind the wheel. In each episode, two new drivers are let loose on the road, in a family car for a week.

The young drivers believe they’re filming a slice of modern teenage life but in fact, it is all about their driving. The cars are fitted with state of the art cameras and a hidden telemetry device to track their speed.

Each Barely Legal takes three trips that test every aspect of their driving and little do they know that their parents will be watching their every move on the road. Nor do they have any idea that a former traffic cop Judith Roberts and one of the country's top driving instructors John Lepine MBE will be sitting in judgement of their road skills.

At the end of the three journeys, Judge Judith will reach a decision on each driver. If she hasn't liked what she's seen, then she'll hand out bespoke driving lessons that target bad habits. But she thinks the novices are up to scratch, then she'll hand their parents the cash to buy them a car of their very own.