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
The number of people driving under the influence of drink or drugs over the christmas period has fallen.
73 people were caught during the annual campaign in 2013.
It's down from 82 people for the same period the year before.
107 in Dumfries and Galloway have been stopped and breathalysed since the start of Police Scotland't festive drink driving campaign.
From Friday 6 December, when the scheme was launched, four people were found to be over the legal limit and now face prosecution.
Being convicted of a drink driving offence can result in anything from an automatic driving ban, a criminal record, a fine of up to £5,000 and, in some cases, a prison sentence.
11 people were arrested in less than 35 hours in connection with Cumbria Police's drink drive campaign.
The arrests took place between 1am on Saturday and midday on Sunday.
Police say they were shocked by the number of motorists they arrested for either driving whilst above the legal alcohol limit or for being unfit to drive due to drugs.
PC Gordon Robson, Cumbria Police
People in Cumbria are being urged to call the police if they see anyone they've seen drinking attempting to drive home over the festive period.
Police say they will treat any tip offs as a priority and say the focus of this year's annual drink driving campaign is the responsibility of ordinary people to help keep the roads safe this Christmas.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Cumbria police are launching their annual drink driving awareness campaign.
Last year more than two people were stopped and issued with breathalyser tests each day during December.
Police are calling on pub landlords for help with this year's crackdown.