A two-week campaign to crack down on drink-driving caught 229 motorists driving over the limit, police said.
In one incident, a 47-year-old lorry driver – delivering a consignment of beer - was found to be three times over the legal limit when stopped on the M9 near Stirling.
Police also caught a woman in Edinburgh driving while six times over the legal limit.
The Association of Chief Police Officers Scotland (Acpos) said that the numbers were down slightly on a similar campaign in 2011, when 238 drivers were apprehended.
But Acpos warned that many young drivers found it "appropriate" to drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
One 23-year-old man who had only held his driving licence for two weeks was found driving whilst over the legal drink drive limit in Kirkcaldy.
And a 25-year-old woman who crashed after reportedly attempting to negotiate a roundabout at over 100mph after drinking had not even passed her driving test.
Deputy Chief Constable Kate Thomson of Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary is the Acpos road casualty reduction lead.
She said: "It is of particular concern that so many young drivers think it is appropriate to drink and drive.
"Over the summer spell there are many events and occasions where people are tempted to enjoy an alcoholic refreshment. There is no problem with that as long as they do not then choose to get behind the wheel of their car.
"Motorists have to take responsibility for their actions, the safety of their passengers and other road users."
DCC Thomson pointed out that although the campaign is over, police will continue to target drink-drivers.
She urged anyone who suspects a motorist of driving while under the influence of drink or drugs to contact the police or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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