A Douglas man has been suspended from driving for the next 11 months, after he was caught speeding and drink driving over the weekend.
Leading Senior Constable Darren Feluga said the 64-year-old was booked doing 122 on Edenhope-Goroke Road on Saturday.
"He returned a reading .110 on a subsequent breath test," Leading Senior Constable Feluga said.
"He was issued with a penalty infringement notice."
It followed a 41-year-old Mount Gambier man blowing .102 on Friday night.
Leading Senior Constable Feluga said the driver was caught during a random intercept on Casterton-Naracoorte road at 8pm. He was suspended from driving for 10 months.
"We will continue targeting the back roads," he said.
"Given the current road toll, it is concerning drivers are still willing to take risks like this."