Highway Cops

January 2017

Thu 12 Jan, season 2 episode 16

4.0 21 x
A young man learns you can't be a sober driver if you're drunk, fun and games at the Ohakune Mardi Gras and a convoy of tourists learn the call of nature is no excuse to speed.

Tue 10 Jan, season 2 episode 14

4.0 3 x
Flattery will get you everywhere - except out of a ticket in Levin; drunk and angry in Motueka; and some people will do anything for a cold beer.

Wed 11 Jan, season 2 episode 15

3.0 8 x
A crash leaves a carload of people trapped in Cromwell, several motorists cross the line big time, and New Zealand's answer to Ali-G lives in Taihape.

Thu 5 Jan, season 2 episode 11

3.0 5 x
Excuses, excuses in Invercargill, a flying ute in Marton and even race horses get ticketed from time to time.

Wed 4 Jan, season 2 episode 10

4.0 5 x
Checkpoint runners and enthusiastic pedestrians keep highway patrol busy in Queenstown, and why dance on the floor when you can use the bonnet of your car?

Tue 3 Jan, season 2 episode 9

4.0 7 x
A broken heart forces one man to break the speed limit but sometimes all you need is a friend. Not many, if any, sober drivers in Tarras, and a golfer finds himself a long way from the fairway.
December 2016

Thu 29 Dec, season 2 episode 7

3.0 7 x
A crowded car and lippy lady keep officers occupied in Queenstown, a newly married man tries to get his wife to foot the bill and an unlikely camping scam.

Wed 28 Dec, season 2 episode 6

3.0 2 x
It's a race to find a gunshot victim in remote hunting country, drunken teens on the streets of Oamaru and the politest speeder in the country is stopped in Nelson.

Tue 27 Dec, season 2 episode 5

3.0 5 x
An armed offenders squad call out to a violent offender has rural roads in lockdown, and driving without a seat belt is just the tip of the iceberg for one driver in Levin.

Mon 26 Dec, season 2 episode 4

3.0 3 x
A driver tries to flee after ploughing into a tree, cows on the loose near Marton, and why drive on the road when you can use the footpath?
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