Jonathan Robert Vandersluis was already a banned driver until at least 2027 when he did a burnout in front of Albury police in his purple SS Commodore. Thanks to his foolhardy spin he’s now not allowed to get behind the wheel again until at least 2030. Added to that, Vandersluis has been sentenced to a fixed jail term of 11 months. The charges that led to him fronting Albury Local Court this week via a video link to Junee jail will have other dire ramifications for the 34-year-old Albury man. Magistrate Tony Murray was told Vandersluis’&nbsp;arrest then convictions would lead to the revocation of his parole on&nbsp;other matters. In response to a question from Mr Murray, defence solicitor Jim Allen said his client did not dispute ownership of two glass pipes used to smoke methamphetamine and a knife found in the car. Vandersluis was convicted and fined $300 on two charges related to this offending –&nbsp;possession of equipment for administering a prohibited drug and custody of a knife in a public place. He was jailed for the disqualified driving count and put on a section 10 good behaviour bond on the other charges of operate vehicle so driving wheels undergo loss of traction and possess or attempt to prescribe a restricted substance. Mr Murray was told police had a Wilkinson Street, Albury,&nbsp;house under surveillance on June 15 about 10am when they saw the Commodore quickly reverse out of a driveway. The car then took off at such speed that the wheels lost traction, creating a large plume of smoke and leaving behind a three-metre tyre mark on the road. Vandersluis quickly swerved his car towards the kerb when they tried to pull him over. He jumped out of the car and got back in via a passenger door, then told police “I wasn’t driving”. A police check revealed he was disqualified from driving until 2027. They then searched Vandersluis, uncovering a plastic bag in his wallet containing a small amount of white powder. Vandersluis told police the drug was&nbsp;Viagra.