ACT police say they are alarmed by the high number of speeding offences in the Territory over the holiday period.
Acting Superintendent Rod Anderson says while seatbelt offences were down, 385 traffic fines were issued, eight more than the previous year.
"We had 155 speeding tickets issued," he said.
"The majority of those were in the range of between 15 and 30 [kilometres per hour] over, although we did have some that were over 45 kilometres per hour over the speed limit.
"Because of double demerit points that would mean they would lose all of the points of their licence."
The ACT was the only jurisdiction not to record a road fatality over the holiday period.
During 2012, 12 people died on ACT roads.