The objective of this research was the analysis of speeding characteristics in Greece. Field measurement data on speed, vehicle type, road type, weather conditions and time period were used. Three binary logistic regression models were developed. The first one includes as dependent variable the exceeding of the speed limits with zero tolerance, even by 1 km/h (yes/no). In the next two models, the exceeding of the limits by 10 km/h or more and by 20 km/h or more respectively is considered. The results indicate that motorcyclists are more likely to exceed the speed limits compared to drivers of passenger cars, while the opposite is the case for other types of vehicles. In the urban road network, drivers are more likely to exceed the limits compared to motorways. In addition, the probability of exceeding the speed limits is lower in adverse weather conditions. Regarding weekends, the probability of exceeding the speed limits is lower compared to weekdays.