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Truck driver charged after driving complaint

The vehicle was stopped at the driver was unable to produce his driver’s licence or work diary.
The vehicle was stopped at the driver was unable to produce his driver’s licence or work diary.

A DRIVING complaint involving a white B-double has led police to charge a driver with driving whilst disqualified and other infringements.

Deniliquin Highway Patrol were patrolling the Kidman Way at Bundure on June 7 at 12.55pm after receiving a complaint.

The vehicle was stopped and the driver was unable to produce his driver's licence or work diary.

Police said a check revealed the driver was the holder of a Disqualified Class C Victorian Provisional Drivers Licence.

As well as being charged with driving whilst disqualified, the driver was issued with infringement notices for not carrying a work diary and for a minor risk load restraint breach.

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