Police have issued a stern warning to motorists after four drivers were caught doing more than 100mph in the space of four hours.
The number of drink-drivers in the Highlands and Islands is up by 5% compared to the same period last year.
Crashes involving pedestrians decreasing across north and north-east, but campaigners call for further action
The number of pedestrians killed on roads across the north and north-east is declining, but safety campaigners believe more must still be done to protect people.
The sister of a motorcyclist killed in a north-east crash has urged people to back a new safety campaign and reduce the number of roads deaths.
The proportion of car occupants killed while not wearing a seat belt has reached its highest level since records began, new figures show.
A 73-year-old Ross-shire woman is the third person to die in crashes on Highland roads this week.
New figures have revealed that the number of casualties on roads across Scotland has dropped to its lowest ever level.
Under a third of fixed speed cameras in Scotland are actually switched on and catching offenders, new research has found.
Drivers across the north-east still see speeding, dangerous driving and reckless behaviour behind the wheel as acceptable, a new study has shown.
A north MSP has secured another award for his road safety campaigning.
Teenager banned from roads for drink-driving three years after surviving bike crash that killed her boyfriend
A teenager who survived a motorbike crash that claimed the life of her boyfriend has been banned from the roads for drink-driving.
A north-east woman whose father died in a car crash has raised nearly £2,000 for a road safety charity by climbing Scotland's highest mountain.
A north-east woman whose father died in a car crash last year has raised more than three times the amount she had targeted for charity.
The daughter of a north-east man who was killed in a horrific collision has vowed to mark the anniversary of his death with a charity event.
A community leader is calling for action on the north-east's most notorious road.
Safety campaigners have called for action on a notorious stretch of the main commuter route from Fraserburgh to Aberdeen following a spate of crashes and reports of speeding.
Police are considering clamping down on motorists who are "unfit" to drive because of old age or a host of medical complaints.