A learner driver and her supervisor have had their licences suspended after being charged with high-range drink-driving on the NSW Central Coast.
Police say they pulled over a automotive driving with out headlights simply earlier than midnight on Tuesday at Berkeley Vale.
They breath examined the 54-year-old girl learner driver who allegedly returned a constructive end result for alcohol.
Her passenger, a 60-year-old man, was additionally given a roadside breath take a look at, which allegedly returned a constructive end result.
Each had been arrested and brought to Wyong Police Station, the place they underwent one other a breath evaluation.
Police say the lady returned a studying of 0.183 and the person registered a studying of 0.162.
They had been each issued court docket attendance notices for high-range PCA offences and can seem at Wyong Native Court docket on June 28.
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