A man who was trying to help a friend has suffered the consequences of driving without a licence.
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Keith Junior Wayne Waring, 24, of Ronald Street, Dubbo was found guilty in his absence of driving motor vehicle while licence suspended on Wednesday, October 11 at Dubbo Local Court.
According to documents tendered to the court, Waring's licence had been suspended from August 2 to November 1, 2023.
At 7.30pm on Saturday, August 26, Waring was driving his car along Bultje and Macquarie Street when he was stopped for a roadside breath test.
When police asked Waring for his licence he said, "I'll just let you know I'm a suspended learner".
He then handed over his learners licence.
When police asked Waring why he was driving, he said, "I had to take a mate down to report [at the police station]."
Waring was disqualified from driving for three months and fined $250.
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