Donegal drivers have the least number of penalty points in the entire country.
Just 10.5% of drivers here or 12,103 drivers have any penalty points.
Across the country more than half a million drivers have built up penalty points on their license.
The greatest number of drivers with penalty points on their license are in counties Wicklow (16.7% or 17,658) and Wexford with (16.7% or 19,143.)
The latest figures show that last month there were 540,174 motorists with penalty points on their license out of a driving force of 3.3 motorists.
A total of 457,000 notices were issued for speeding while 78,365 notices were issued for using a phone while driving.
Details of the points breakdown have been released as Gardai launch a crackdown on speeding and other driving offences on Ireland’s rural roads.
Excessive speeding is a regular feature in cases at Donegal’s various district court sittings.
One driver appeared in court last week after he refused to stop by Gardai after reaching speeds of up to 160kph in Letterkenny.
He was banned from driving for two years and also fined €500 by Judge Raymond Finnegan at Letterkenny District Court.