State Highway Patrol’s Solo Unit officers have nabbed two people for separate traffic offences in Lake Eildon as part of Operation Scoreboard.
Officers intercepted a man riding a motorised esky on a dirt track off Walshs Road on Friday.
The 20-year-old from Diamond Creek was issued an infringement notice for using an unregistered vehicle at a cost of $925.
Later that day, police intercepted a Mitsubishi Triton 4WD on Walshs Road and spoke to the driver, a 21-year-old Hoppers Crossing man.
The driver was spoken to in relation to driving as an unaccompanied learner driver and failing to display L plates.
The vehicle was defected for oversized tyres, excessive suspension life and illegal lighting fitted to the vehicles roof.
It was impounded with towing costs of $1865 and the driver is expected to be charged on summons.
The impounds relate to Operation Scoreboard will run state-wide from 12:01am Wednesday 21 September to 11:59pm Sunday 25 September.
For more information and tips for staying safe on the roads this long weekend, visit the Road Safety page on the Victoria Police website.