Police have concluded a statewide road policing initiative over the school holidays, and are disappointed motorists are still not observing the fatal four.
During Operation Cold Snap, more than 58,000 offences were detected statewide between June 22 and July 9, with 11 fatalities.
Of these offences, 33,140 were speed camera offences, 11,176 were Traffic Infringement Notices (TIN) for speeding and there were 593 TINs for failure to wear a seat belt.
Police conducted 142,438 breath tests statewide with 1244 positive readings detected.
There were also 553 roadside drug tests conducted with 40 positive readings detected.
State Traffic Support Branch Acting Chief Superintendent Andy Morrow said it was disappointing that people continued to risk the lives of themselves and others on the roads.
“Sadly, since the campaign ended there has been the loss of another seven lives on Queensland roads.
“With widespread wet weather expected over the weekend, please take care and drive to the conditions.
“Paying attention to the fatal four is just so important. We want to limit road trauma caused by drink driving, speed, not wearing seatbelts and fatigue.
“Police work day and night to keep the people of Queensland safe, and we need people to not risk their own safety and that of others by making the wrong decisions on the road.”
“We want people to remember that police can be enforcing the road rules anywhere, at anytime,” Acting Chief Superintendent Morrow said.