53 people have now been arrested , with 24 due in court, since this summer's campaign against drink and drug driving in North Yorkshire was launched last week.
The campaign’s focus for this year is aimed at younger drivers and raising awareness of the dangers of driving the morning after a night out.
The campaign coincides with the 2014 FIFA World Cup, when large numbers of people are expected to visit pubs to watch the games. Anyone expecting to have a drink late at night should not only make sure they have plans to get home safely, but also ensure they are safe to drive the following morning.
Traffic Sergeant Andy Morton, of the Force’s Roads Policing Group, who is leading this year’s campaign said: “Anyone who is considering taking the risk of driving while under the influence of drink or drugs needs to know that we have officers on patrols across the county ready to catch them.
“We have a number of court dates set so that we can bring offenders to justice at the earliest opportunity.”