CENTRAL WEST, NSW, Australia – The Central West Highway Patrol has pulled over a driver they found had already been disqualified – for 27 years.
The man, 32, from Wagga Wagga was stopped for a random breath test around 1:00am Thursday morning.
He was driving a Nissan Skyline on the Newell Highway, at Parkes.
When the man was unable to produce a driver’s licence, officers checked his details and discovered his license had been suspended until September 2046.
He was charged and is due to appear at Parkes Local Court on Monday 3 February 2020.
New South Wales police generally have had a busy Christmas break, issuing 7,641 speeding tickets. They have also conducted 220,703 breath tests.
There have been 432 crashes on New South Wales roads over Christmas. Six people have died.