The vast majority of the drivers, who were all male and aged between 18 and 44, were stopped in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday morning, with eight drivers testing positive for alcohol and two testing positive for drugs.
Three drivers were kept in custody over the weekend and were due in court yesterday, with the others being given court dates for next month. Requests have also been sent to the Courts to have the vehicles seized and destroyed.
Road Policing Sergeant Steve Manson said: “As licenced premises begin to open up there has been an increase in drivers stopped under the influence.
“We have repeatedly seen these incidents result in serious or fatal collisions that devastate families and leave the drivers with extended jail sentences.”