A plasterer was pulled over by the police for driving erratically and found to be slightly plastered.
Mark Lawrence had had more to drink than the law permits when he was stopped on the A22 in the early hours of Saturday 2 December.
Sussex Police said: “He was seen driving a Mercedes in an erratic manner, undertaking other vehicles at high speed.
“When stopped, officers could smell alcohol, and in custody he tested positive for 40 micrograms of alcohol per 100ml of breath.”
The legal limit is 35 micrograms.
Lawrence, 49, of Kennedy Avenue, East Grinstead, appeared before Crawley Magistrates’ Court on Monday 18 December when he admitted driving over the legal alcohol limit.
He was banned from driving for one year, fined £400 and ordered to pay a £160 victim surcharge and £85 costs.
Meanwhile, Elson de Agrela crashed while riding a moped in Horsham on Saturday 2 December.
The 34-year-old timber yard worker, of no fixed address, admitted to officers that he had consumed alcohol and tested positive for 74 micrograms of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
At Crawley Magistrates’ Court on Monday 18 December, he admitted driving over the legal alcohol limit and was banned for 18 months.
He was fined £346 and ordered to pay a £138 victim surcharge and £85 costs.
Their arrests happened as part of Operation Limit, a nationwide campaign to tackle drink and drug-driving which ran from Friday 1 December to Monday 1 January.
In keeping with previous campaigns, Sussex Police said that it identify those convicted of these offences to help raise awareness of the campaign and to highlight the consequences as a deterrent to others to prevent them committing the same offences.
Superintendent Rachel Glenton, head of the Roads Policing Unit, said: “Those who commit these offences risk punishments which include being disqualified from driving, heavy fines, and even the risk of going to prison.
“These are nothing compared to the risk they pose of causing serious harm or even the death of themselves or other road users.
“Drink or drug driving is one of the main causes of people being killed or seriously injured on our roads.
“That is why we continue to urge people to take steps to prevent drink and drug-driving, such as persuading loved ones not to drive, and taking sensible steps such as pre-booking taxis or walking home.
“Our officers are determined to catch offenders to help keep our roads safe.”