A man has been charged in connection with driving without insurance, and while disqualified, as part of a north-east police operation.
The 22-year-old was also charged with driving while using a phone, and not wearing a seatbelt, attempting to pervert the course of justice and possessing a knife, after he was stopped near Kinneff.
A 55-year-old was warned for not changing her address on her licence and a 34-year-old was issued a fixed penalty notice for speeding in a temporary 20mph zone.
A further six people were given advice regarding their tyres and speed.
Fourteen people were breathalysed and found to have negative samples.
The stops came during high-visibility patrols carried out by officers in Kincardine and Mearns.
Sergeant Kirsty Welsh said: “We will be conducting more patrols in the run up to the festive period, and I would remind drivers that a conviction can result in a fine, a driving ban or even imprisonment.
“Our message remains the same, if you intend to drive, do not drink. If you have any concerns please report these to police on 101.”