SA random roadblock: 145 drivers caught over a 2 day period

October 23, 2019


1 in 5 Victorian drivers that were pulled over an a random roadblock at Bordertown, South Australia, on the 3rd and 4th October were caught bringing prohibited fruit into South Australia. There were permanent and electronic signs in place warning motorists of the law.


The random roadblocks complement the State Government’s zero-tolerance approach at Yamba Quarantine Station in protecting South Australia’s $1.2 billion industry which relies on our fruit fly pest-free status to market their quality produce.


Read more on the PIRSA website here




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