Sixty-three people learned the hard way that the Sudbury OPP and Nipissing West OPP were serious when they said there would be zero tolerance with aggressive drivers over the Canada Day long weekend.
Police were on the lookout for drivers who made area highways unsafe for other people.
Caught as well were two people clocked at driving more than 50 kilometres an hour over the speed limit.
Police also ticketed four people for not wearing their seatbelts.
Other infractions include 15 hazardous moving violations and five instances of Automobile Insurance Act charges.
In addition, the region saw nine collisions.
One of those crashes involved a vehicle hitting a deer on Highway 17 where the driver suffered minor injuries.
There was also a collision between a vehicle and a bear on Highway 69 and another vehicle striking a deer on Highway 637.
Police say fortunately in these latter two instances no one was hurt.