In total, 135,010 vehicles were checked
An Garda Síochána has conducted a slow down campaign for drivers over a 24 hour period.
National Slow Down Day was held between 7.00am Friday 21st and 7.00am Saturday 22nd of October.
In total, 135,010 vehicles were checked - 341 of these were travelling in excess of the speed limit.
An Garda Síochána would like to thank the 134,669 drivers who were found to be compliant and drove within the speed limit.
They are also encouraging all drivers to drive safely, comply with and respect speed limits.
Some notable detections over the 24 hours were:
Chief Superintendent Aidan Reid, from the Roads Policing Bureau, said: "On behalf of An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority I wish to thank all the organisations who were involved in and supported this campaign.
"Drivers, please, think about the consequences of speeding the next time you get behind the wheel and reduce your speed accordingly."
Last year saw the lowest number of road deaths since 2012 - at 166.
Dublin and Cork had the highest record of road fatalities, at 17 and 16 respectively. While Roscommon and Waterford had no road fatalities in 2015.