Dustin William Clancy, 20, appeared in Goulburn Local Court on Thursday charged over a crash on Hume Street the day before.
He was granted bail and his case adjourned to the same court on Monday, July 22.
Clancy has not entered a plea to charges of drive in a manner dangerous, learner unaccompanied, not displaying L-plates, not give particulars to the other driver and contravention of an apprehended violence order.
A man has been refused bail following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Hume Street and Lansdowne Street on Wednesday afternoon.
At about 2.50pm, police noticed an unsupervised 20-year-old learner driver known to them driving a Toyota Rav 4 on Mary Street and were aware the learner's permit was suspended.
Police said the L-plater drove on to Cathcart Street and into Landsdowne Street at an excessive speed before noticing officers. They alleged he drove onto the incorrect side of Hume Street and collided with a Holden Colorado ute, also driven by a 20-year-old Goulburn male, before running away from the vehicle. Police apprehended him a short distance away.
Police said the L-plater's female passenger had secured an apprehended violence order against the male, meaning he was not permitted to be in her company.
He was charged with driving in a manner dangerous, learner unaccompanied, not give particulars to the other driver and contravention of an apprehended violence order.
He was refused bail overnight and ordered to appear in Goulburn Local Court on Thursday.
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