A police pursuit in Wodonga overnight led to a car being impounded and a man remanded in custody. Police said an interstate truck driver made multiple calls reporting an erratic vehicle on the Hume Freeway near Rutherglen about 1am Wednesday. "A short time later police detected the Nissan Micra travelling at an alleged speed of 155km/h in an 80 zone on McKoy Street, Wodonga," police said in a statement. Wodonga police started a pursuit and intercepted the car. The driver, a 31-year-old Wodonga man, was arrested by police and charged with reckless conduct, dangerous driving while being pursued by police, and other traffic related offences. Police also impounded the Nissan, which belonged to the man's friend, for 30 days at a cost of $1115. The Wodonga man was remanded in custody to appear at Wodonga Magistrates' Court on Wednesday. IN OTHER NEWS: Police from Wodonga would like to remind all road users that this kind of behaviour will not be tolerated. Sergeant Sarrah O'Keefe reminded road users this behaviour would not be tolerated. "We have a lot of people on the roads at the moment, heading home to their families for Christmas, we want everyone to make it home safely," she said. "It's luck no one was seriously injured or killed as a result of this driver's behaviour."