North-east police have said they will continue to crackdown on those driving under the influence of drink or drugs after 10 were caught over the course of the weekend.
Police in Aberdeen have been cracking down on motorists flouting the law this week.
A crackdown on violent crime, which has so far resulted in 47 arrests, continues next week.
Police are set to target uninsured drivers across Scotland next week.
Police have visited 60 pubs and licensed premises in a crackdown on violent crime linked to alcohol in the North-east.
Almost 80 people have been arrested and 49 motorcycles seized during a police crackdown.
Heroin and crack cocaine with a combined estimated street value of £5,890 was recovered and 10 people have been reported for drug offences after a police crackdown.
Police issued seven drivers with fixed penalties as part of a crackdown on dangerous drivers in Aberdeen after concerns were raised by a community.
EIGHT people have been charged in one day in a bid to crack down on antisocial driving.
TWO men have been arrested in Aberdeen in relation to an assault as part of a crackdown on violent crime and disorder.