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WA Police impound motorbikes after chance stop discovers lifetime driving bans

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Two men disqualified from driving for life have had their motorbikes impounded in Perth’s southern suburbs after police allegedly caught them on the road on Friday.

Traffic Enforcement Group officers on patrol along Dixon Road in Hillman on Friday night first stopped a Honda motorcycle after the rider was identified as having a driver’s licence that had been disqualified for life.

As those officers were dealing with the Honda motorcycle a man riding a Kawasaki motorcycle arrived on the scene.

Camera IconAround 8pm on Friday 12 June 2020, officers from Traffic Enforcement Group one (TEG 1) officers on patrol on Dixon Road near McCamy Avenue in Hillman stopped a Honda motorcycle after the alleged rider was identified as having a driver’s licence that had been disqualified for life. As TEG officers were dealing with the impounding of the Honda motorcycle a person riding a Kawasaki motorcycle arrived at the same location around 8.25pm. This rider was also subject to a life disqualification for a drivers licence. Both motorcycles were impounded for 28 days. A 44-year-old man from Medina and a 37-year-old man from Atwell will both be summonsed to appear in court at a later date on traffic offences. Credit: WA Police

Police quickly discovered the second rider was also subjected to a lifetime driving disqualification.

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Both motorcycles were impounded for 28 days.

A 44-year-old man from Medina and a 37-year-old Atwell man will both be summonsed to appear in court at a later date on other traffic offences.

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