A man was caught driving a motorized Esky in rural Victoria on Friday and was fined nearly $1,000 by police.
In a statement, Victoria Police said the man driving the Esky was “intercepted” on a dirt track off Walshs Rd on Lake Eildon, about 250km north of Melbourne.
Police said the driver, a 20-year-old man from Diamond Creek, was fined $925 for using an unregistered vehicle.
On the same day, police announced that they had intercepted a learner driver driving down Walshs Rd without an L plate. They also said he was driving a “defective car” due to oversized tires, illegal lighting and excessive suspension.
The car was seized for $1865 in towing costs and the 21-year-old Hoppers Crossing driver will be charged with a subpoena.
Man fined about $1000 for riding electric Esky in rural Victoria
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