Howlong's Kathleen Logie forced to play waiting game for licence test after COVID backlog

Beau Greenway
Updated December 21 2021 - 4:45pm, first published 3:00pm
STALLED: Howlong's Kathleen Logie was instructed to drive no more than five kilometres from her home for several weeks after she was unable to complete her driving test due to a COVID-enforced backlog. Picture: MARK JESSER
STALLED: Howlong's Kathleen Logie was instructed to drive no more than five kilometres from her home for several weeks after she was unable to complete her driving test due to a COVID-enforced backlog. Picture: MARK JESSER

An elderly Howlong woman has been forced to wait more than four months to undertake a driving test to keep her licence.

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Beau Greenway

Beau Greenway

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Beau Greenway is a journalist at The Border Mail. He likes to tell the stories of great people in our communities. Email: beau.greenway@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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