A Melbourne man, 42, will receive a summons to face court after returning a blood-alcohol reading of 0.12 near Cobram.
Yesterday morning, police set up a breath and drug testing station on the Goulburn Valley Hwy, Koonoomoo.
“His licence was suspended for 12 months and due to a high reading his vehicle was also impounded for a month,” Cobram Police Senior Constable Phil Armstrong said.
Sen Const Armstrong said the incident was a reminder that alcohol stays in your system for a long period of time.
“There was a ball the night before and we were testing drivers on Sunday morning on their way South,” he said.
“If you’re under any doubt just don’t drive.”