Highway Patrol

July 2019
21:00

Episode 4 - 16 Jul 2019

4.0 18 x
A dangerous driver cops an earful when Leading Senior Constable Ash Bowden catches her going 50 kilometres over the speed limit. To make matters worse, she's a P plater too!
21:00

S9 E5 - Liar, Liar

3.0 3 x
An extremely drunk driver puts herself and others at risk, and can barely stand after being pulled over. Also, a motorcyclist overtaking a car is left screaming on the ground in agony.
21:00

3. Truck vs Car

3.0 13 x
In some of the most dramatic footage ever shown on Highway Patrol, dash cam captures the moment an SUV ploughs head on into a car.
21:00

Episode 2 - 09 Jul 2019

3.0 6 x
Cosmetic surgery program featuring Melbourne's Dr. Lanzer.
21:00

Episode 1 - 02 Jul 2019

4.0 23 x
A driver is caught using his phone and launches into a profanity-laden tirade. Also, a man driving an uninsured car with bald tyres crashes into a woman's front yard.
21:00

S8 E10 - Running From The Cops!

4.3 6 x
When the occupants of a car cruising past them start acting oddly, officers decide to take a closer look. But the car takes off from them and from there, the police chase develops into a manhunt.
June 2019
21:00

S8 E9 - He's A Stalker!

Expired 4.0 33 x
A police officer cops one heck of a serve when he catches one of his regular offenders. Also, two tradies are unhappy to be stopped on their way to work, and an elderly motorcyclist gets pulled over.
21:00

S8 E7 - Drop Ya Pants!

Expired 4.0 39 x
A driver is caught driving an unregistered vehicle, sending him into a rage against the police officers. Also, another driver is caught driving on L plates unaccompanied.
21:00

S8 E4 - Look What's In The Garden

3.0 46 x
When you're on bail, it pays to keep a low profile. But Senior Constable Tim Baker catches a driver who's doing absolutely the opposite. And wait till you see what he's caught with.
21:00

S8 E5 - What's The Emergency

2.8 6 x
A local know-it-all decides to side with a man driving like a bat out of hell in a residential area where kids are playing in parks and on bikes.
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