Warrnambool police highway patrol unit officers say they detected a Bushfield woman driving with a cancelled licence on Tuesday.
Police say her vehicle tyres and windscreen were in a similar condition to her licence - unroadworthy.
The woman's car has been impounded for 30 days, attracting towing and storage fees of $1130 dollars and she will later have a date to appear before a magistrate in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court.
She has been charged with driving while her licence was cancelled, speeding, and driving an unroadworthy vehicle.
A few hours later police intercepted a man heading to work on Tuesday afternoon.
Police say just after 3.30pm he recorded an evidentiary breath test with a reading of .125 - two-and-a-half time the legal limit for a fully licensed driver.
A police spokesman said the officers involved were pleased to have caught the impaired driver.
His vehicle was impounded for 30 days at a cost of $1130 dollars and he will be also heading to court to face charges of driving while his licence was cancelled and drink-driving.
"Please, Don't drink and drive," the spokesman said.
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