Two drivers were caught driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol on southern Fleurieu roads on the weekend. A 44-year-old Seaford Rise man was stopped on Port Elliot Road, Middleton and allegedly tested positive for methamphetamine on Saturday, September 28.
He was ordered not to drive for 24 hours and was reported for drug driving.
Early on Friday, September 27 morning a 26-year-old man from Hindmarsh Island was reported for drink-driving, after being stopped while driving on Finniss-Milang Road, Milang.
His blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was 0.140 per cent.
As well as being reported he had his licence suspended for six month, and his vehicle impounded.
Police urge motorists not to gamble with their own lives and those of others by drink or drug driving.
Alcohol can severely reduce driver’s ability to drive safely.If you are on a full licence and are caught driving with a Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.05 or above, you will be penalised.
Penalties may include an ‘on-the-spot’ immediate loss of driving licence, having your car impounded, substantial fines, demerit points, having a compulsory alcohol interlock fitted to your vehicle and going back to a Probationary or Learner’s licence.
This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.