Stawell Police have impounded two seperate cars driven by the same driver after the man was repeatedly stopped.
A 67yo Melbourne man had his vehicle impounded early in May for driving whilst disqualified.
The driver previously lost his license in 2017 for drug driving.
A few days later the same male was stopped by Stawell Police again, on route to pick up his first impounded car.
This was despite the fact the car's 30 day impound period wasn't over and the man's license still being disqualified licence.
The man will face the Stawell Magistrates Court at a later date.
"We're prepared to make him seek other alternative ways home," Stawell Police said in a post on Northern Grampians Eyewatch Facebook page.
"We hope he's finally cottoned on that driving is a privilege and not a right."
Earlier in the week, Stawell and Ararat police rescued four hikers lost in Halls Gap.
The ladies were reported missing at 7.30pm on Monday and were located at 2am.
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