Fraser Bennett, of Clifton Road, was involved in an accident on the A708 near the Waterwheel Restaurant on the evening of 6 November.
A roadside breath test tested positive, but Bennett did not provide a urine sample at Frontier General Hospital when asked to do so.
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He told police he did not want to provide a sample if a medical professional was not present, but Selkirk Sheriff’s Court was told it was “difficult”.
The court also heard that after the incident he was seen carrying half a bottle of Glen’s vodka and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.
In addition to a one-year ban, he was fined £250 with an additional £20 victim charge added.
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