A provisional licence holder in Australia was pulled over by police when he was caught speeding, only to be found he was on a provisional licence and driving to the test centre to sit his driving test.
The man was pulled over initially for speeding, but on further inspection officers also found he was also under the influence of alcohol and he failed a roadside breath test.
The man was arrested and taken to a local police station and is waiting to appear in court.
It is illegal for anyone on a provisional licence to drive unsupervised. To drive on a provisional licence you must either be accompanied by a driving instructor or a full licence holder that is over 21 years of age and has been driving for no less than three years.
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