A man was arrested by police after he was caught driving at 100mph under the influence of cannabis.
Since lockdown measures were eased, Nottinghamshire Police have clocked 5,495 drivers caught speeding.
Motorists have committed more speeding offences in the last few weeks compared to pre-lockdown.
One 23-year-old man was arrested after driving at over 100mph. When police stopped him, they discovered the smell of cannabis. The driver went on to fail a roadside drug test for the Class B drug.
Another driver was caught looking at an iPad with headphones on while having his feet up away from the pedals while in cruise control.
Other drivers were handed on-the-spot fines for offences including not wearing a seatbelt and lane hogging.
Superintendent Claire Rukas, Head of Operational Support at Nottinghamshire Police, said: “It’s disappointing that drivers are still willing to put their own and others’ safety at risk by not fully concentrating on the road.
We will continue to target people committing offences which can cause serious and potentially fatal consequences on our region’s roads.
“We will be relentless in pursuing those who think it’s acceptable to drive in a dangerous manner, whether it’s people using mobile phones or devices while at the wheel or even watching videos while driving.
“Excessive speed is identified as one of the ‘Fatal Four’ main causes of collisions resulting in fatal or serious injury.”
“The careless and dangerous actions of one motorist can have devastating effects on the lives of others so we are continuing to urge drivers to pay attention, take care at all times and obey the speed limit.
“Those caught exceeding the speed limit throughout Nottinghamshire can expect to be dealt with robustly. Speed limits are the legal limit, not a guideline.
“By breaking the limit, you break the law.”