Three vehicles impounded in Springvale for high-risk driving

Dandenong High-Risk Driving Unit officers have impounded three vehicles in Springvale as part of Operation Scoreboard.

Officers were patrolling Princes Highway about 11.50pm on Wednesday night when they noticed a Holden turbo sedan with no headlights performing fishtail manoeuvres.

Police spoke to the driver, a 21-year-old man from Endeavour Hills, in relation to driving a vehicle to cause loss of traction, drive in manner dangerous and drive vehicle not complying with standards of registration.

His vehicle was impounded for 30 days with towing costs of $969 and the driver is expected to be charged on summons.

At 1.30am yesterday, police observed a motorcycle performing a stationary burnout, causing smoke, when stopped at a red light on the Princes Highway.

The rider, a 21-year-old Endeavour Hills man, was spoken to in relation to driving a vehicle to cause loss of traction, cause undue/excessive noise and smoke, learner rider failing to display L plate and failing to wear high-visibility vest.

The motorcycle was impounded with towing costs of $878 and the driver is expected to be charged on summons.

Additionally both men have been issued hoon driving infringements under the local laws of the City of Greater Dandenong for engaging in the loss of traction offences.

An hours later, the police Air Wing tracked a Holden station wagon allegedly travelling at excessive speeds of up to 200km/hr on the Monash Freeway.

The vehicle was intercepted by police and a 20-year-old Narre Warren South man was interviewed in relation to drive at speed dangerous, exceed speed limit and probationary driver fail to display P plates.

The vehicle was impounded with towing costs of $878 and the driver is expected to be charged on summons.

The impounds relate to Operation Scoreboard will run statewide 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.

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