Two drivers have lost their licences after being pulled over for mobile driver testing at Whyte Yarcowie and Port Pirie.
About 12.30am on Saturday June 27, patrols stopped a vehicle on Whyte Road, Whyte Yarcowie.
It is alleged the driver, a 28-year-old Jamestown man, recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.116.
He was reported for drink-driving and issued with an immediate six-month loss of licence.
About 3.15am on Saturday, police stopped a vehicle on Esmond Street, Port Pirie.
The driver returned a positive breath test and was taken to the Port Pirie Police Station for further breath analysis.
It is alleged he failed to comply with direction to submit a breath analysis test at the station.
He was reported for the offence and issued with an immediate 12-month loss of licence.
Both men will appear in the Port Pirie Magistrates Court at a later date.