Police Scotland has started its summer drink driving campaign in Dumfries and Galloway.
The number of drink driving convictions is down since a new lower limit was introduced in Scotland in December.
But fatalities in the region are up on last year.
Cumbria Constabulary will be targeting those who drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs this month using new legislation.
As part of its annual summer campaign, it will use new drug tests that place legal limits on eight illegal drugs and eight medicinal drugs.
Police will enforce the new laws with roadside saliva-testing kits followed by blood and urine tests at a station.
Last year's campaign saw 1,587 breath tests conducted, and 66 people subsequently arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
A lorry driver who was nearly four times over the drink-drive limit near Carlisle has been jailed for 120 days.
Martin Tazky, from Slovakia, was stopped at a vehicle checkpoint on the M6 at Todhills.
As well as going to prison, he's been disqualified from driving for 27 months and will have to take an extended test before getting behind the wheel again.
Sixty motorists were caught driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs during the Cumbria Constabulary's month-long Christmas campaign.
The campaign ran from the 1st of December to the 1st of January.
A total of 2,687 people were tested during this period, a higher number than last year.
However the number of positive results was lower.
Cumbria Police say there is still work to be done.
The number of people caught drink driving in Scotland in the first three weeks since the new limit came into force, was down by more than a quarter on last year.
Between 8 and 29 December 13,346 motorists were stopped and breathalysed by Police Scotland under the new lower drink drive limit.
255 were found to be driving under the influence of drink or drugs, compared to 348 in the same period last year.
That's a drop of 27 percent.
In Scotland, the legal limit is now 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood, rather than 80mg.
The region's drivers are being reminded not to get behind the wheel if they have been drinking alcohol.
Earlier this month, the legal drink driving limit was lowered in Scotland.
Following this change, Police Scotland are warning motorists that they will be randomly breathalysing people over the New Year period.
A new lower drink-drive limit will come into force on Scotland's roads before Christmas.
Traffic police will be able to breath-alyse drivers at the reduced limit of 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood from the 5th December, meaning motorists could be breaking the law if they consume a single pint or glass of wine before getting behind the wheel.
The new limit will bring Scotland into line with most of Europe, including Germany, France and Spain, while the current 80mg limit remains in place South of the Border.
Figures released by Cumbria Constabulary show the youngest drink driver to be apprehended between 2008 and 2013 was just 14.
The figures were released after a Freedom of Information Request was submitted by in-car camera provider Nextbase.
The youngest child to be caught drink driving was an 11-year-old apprehended in the Thames Valley area in 2011.
And in Scotland, 718 drink drivers under the age of 18 were caught.
Nearly 100 under-18s were caught drink driving in Cumbria between 2008 and 2013.
The figures were released by Cumbria Constabulary, and 42 other police forces, after a Freedom of Information Act request by in-car camera provider Nextbase.
They also released the number of under-16s, and the youngest person who was apprehended.
- Under-18s: 91
- Under-16s: 31
- Youngest offender: 14 years old
A new summer campaign to stop people from driving under the influence of drink or drugs has been launched.
Cumbria Police expect pubs and clubs across county to be busier this summer with the World Cup.
They're urging anyone who has a drink while watching a match to leave the drive home to someone sober