A WOMAN has had her licence suspended after allegedly blowing more than four times the legal limit.
Police saw the red Hyundai on the New England Highway at Timbumburi about 1.30am on Thursday.
Officers followed the vehicle, which was headed south, and saw it drifting out of the lane.
Police stopped the car and the 56-year-old woman was breath tested and provided a positive roadside test.
She was arrested and taken to Tamworth Police Station where she allegedly recorded a blood alcohol reading of .214 – more than four times the legal limit.
The woman was charged with high-range PCA and had her licence suspended to front court in December.
Meanwhile, a 40-year-old woman has been charged with mid-range PCA after crashing her car into a kerb in East Tamworth.
Police said they were called to a driving complaint in Cockburn Street shortly before midnight on Tuesday.
Officers arrived at 11.50pm and claim they saw the vehicle drive up and mount the kerb in the street.
Police stopped the car and spoke with a woman behind the wheel. Officers allege the car had already appeared to have been involved in a collision, prior to the police stop.
The 40-year-old failed a roadside breath test and was arrested and taken to Tamworth Police Station where police allege she provided a blood alcohol reading of .081.
She was charged with mid-range drink driving and had her licence suspended to front court at a later date.