A woman supervising a learner driver in Orange has been booked for being over the alcohol limit.
Central West Police Chief Inspector Peter Atkins said the woman, 43, of Orange was tested after the car she was in was stopped at a random breath test site in Bathurst Road at 10.40pm on Friday.
He said she gave a low-range reading and was given a court attendance notice.
Chief Inspector Atkins said the learner driver was clear.
The booking was one of 69 tickets issued across the CWPD over the weekend in the Operation Chrome crackdown on road trauma.
Chief Inspector Atkins said police carried out 560 breath tests across the district.
He said another driver was found to be over the alcohol limit in Orange while two drivers, one in Orange and one in Forbes, tested positive for drugs.
Chief Inspector Atkins said there was a mix of other offences, including seven vehicles being defected.
"There were no seat belt offences, which is pleasing," he said.
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