GARDAI have caught over 364 drivers speeding on the roads in just 24 hours.
Gardai checked the speed of 96,838 vehicles, and these 364 were detected travelling in excess of the speed limit.
Operation Slowdown was rolled out at 7am on Friday morning until 7am this morning.
On the N20 near Buttevant, Cork gardai picked up a vehicle travelling at 92 km/h in a 50 km/h zone. In Kildare on the R418, gardai detected a vehicle travelling at 139 km/h in an 80 km/h zone.
During the previous Operation Slowdown over the June Bank Holiday Weekend, GoSafe checked the speed of 53,469 vehicles, of these 321 were detected travelling in excess of the speed limit.
Chief Superintendent Michael O Suillivan of the Garda National Traffic Bureau thanked the 96,474 drivers checked over the 24 hour period of operation Slowdown, who were driving within the speed limit permitted.
He also urged all road users to exercise care on the roads over the week end.