As part of its crackdown on drug-drivers this year, Ballarat highway patrol cars will be carrying drug tests that will weed out motorists who drive under the influence of addictive substances, according to report by David Jeans for The Courier.
Ballarat police, who will undergo specialised training in the next few months, aims to have all Ballarat Highway Patrol cars equipped with the said drug tests by April. The police also projects that a total of 100,000 motorists across the state will be tested for drugs by October.
The coming months will also see Ballarat police target multiple booze-drug bus operations, all in keeping with a statewide program to eradicate drug-driving.
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