Police in the north east of Scotland charged four men over speeding offences on Saturday – with some driving more than 110mph.
Two 19-year-olds were caught driving considerably over the speed limit on the A90 in Aberdeen within half an hour of each other.
In the same morning a 25-year-old and a 40-year-old were charged in connection with speeding offences on the A90 between Cleanhill and Stonehaven.
A 38-year-old in the same area was also charged in connection with using a mobile phone while driving.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “On the morning of Saturday, North East Road Policing officers stopped four vehicles in connection with speeding offences on the A90 AWPR, between Cleanhill and Stonehaven.
“Four men – aged 19, 19, 25 and 40 – were charged and will be reported to the procurator fiscal.
“A further 38-year-old man was stopped and charged in connection with driving whilst using a mobile phone, on the same stretch of road.”