A 37-year-old Colac man accused of drug driving has had his dad's car impounded for 30 days.
Colac police said the man was intercepted driving a 2011 Toyota Hilux in Colac's Murray Street at 10.44am on Wednesday.
The man was unlicensed and he failed a road side drug test which will be sent off for analysis.
The driver also provided a false name to police and as a result had his father's vehicle impounded for 30 days.
Victoria police highway patrol members are still doing preliminary breath tests and oral fluid tests amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Hamilton police intercepted a car load of young males and females on Coleraine Road last Saturday.
The 21-year-old male probationary driver from Hamilton underwent a breath test and blew .191 - almost four times his legal limit of double zero.
His licence was immediately suspended and his car was impounded.
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