A speeder caught doing 153mph on the Aberdeen bypass has prompted calls for more safety measures to be introduced.
Speeding accounts for more than four out of five detected motoring offences, analysis has revealed.
A socialite has been banned from driving for speeding three times in 10 days despite claiming it would place “significant hardship” on her and her business.
Aberdeenshire youngsters took bold measures to tackle speeding near their school as they shocked drivers with questions about how they would feel if they knocked a child down.
Children at a Moray school have confronted motorists ignoring speed limits outside the gates.
Calls have been made for traffic calming measures in Inverbervie to improve road safety.
Scores of drivers were stopped as police launched a crackdown on speeding in an Aberdeenshire village.
A north-east MP has welcomed news that speed awareness courses may be introduced in Scotland as an alternative to prosecutions.
Tourists who have hired cars are avoiding speeding fines on busy north and north-east roads while motorists who use the routes regularly are being targeted "like fish in a barrel".
North Coast 500: Police ‘disappointed’ by high number of driving offences detected during three-day crackdown
Police say they are 'disappointed' after discovering scores of driving offences during days of action on the North Coast 500 route this week.
A driver caught speeding at 110mph on the A1 told police it was because he “needed the toilet, a number two”.
More drivers are caught speeding by safety camera units in the north-east than any other region in Scotland, new figures have shown.
An Aviemore chef who drove his Subaru Impreza at 104mph on a straight stretch of road was fined £500 and banned from driving for four months.
Police crackdown on motorists as 10 reported in relation to drink driving while speeders are detected on Skye
Road policing officers have been cracking down on motorists over the past week with 10 reported in relation to drink driving offences across the Highlands and Islands.
Police stopped more than 100 vehicles on the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road on Friday as part of ongoing efforts to tackle speeding, inappropriate driving and vehicle roadworthiness.
A motorcyclist has been charged after allegedly speeding at 100mph on the A90. The 35-year-old was stopped by road policing officers on patrol between Ellon and Balmedie. Police said the rider will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.
Two motorists have been charged after allegedly being detected driving at "grossly excessive speed" by road policing officers in the north-east.
Twenty-one motorists are to be reported in connection with travelling at high speed on the A82.
Police are to step up patrols in a Moray town following complaints about “boy racers”.
American singer Halsey has paid off a fan’s speeding ticket after the woman claimed she was driving too fast because she was enjoying her new single.
Speeding bikers have been reported after being detected travelling at speeds of up to 112mph in Sutherland.
Four men are to be reported in connection with speeding offences after four motorcycles were detected in excess of 100mph in Sutherland.
Aberdeen primary pupils have teamed up with police to highlight speeding concerns.
More than 20 drivers were detected speeding near Highland schools during checks after the Easter break - including one woman who will be reported in connection with driving at 60mph in a 20mph limit.
Four men have been charged for allegedly racing at speeds of up to 128mph on a popular tourist trail.
A man caught driving at 84mph in a 40mph zone in Aberdeen has been banned from the roads.
There was a 20% increase in the number of road traffic offences detected in Shetland in 2018/19 compared to the previous year after the police upped resources in response to “ongoing concerns” over driving.
Seaton residents lodge petition with council for speed camera and weight restriction on ‘rat run’ road
Aberdeen residents have called for a weight restriction to stop HGVs using their streets as a “rat run”.
A motorcyclist was caught by police travelling at 125mph on the A82 in the Highlands, officers have revealed.
Police have come up with a novel new weapon in the battle against speeding.
Motoring offenders have been snared by police during a crackdown on speeding and dangerous driving after concerns from the public.
A Newtonmore teenager will have to re-sit his driving test after he was banned from the road for four months yesterday at Inverness Sheriff Court.