If you're not wearing a seatbelt, Broken Arrow Police are looking for you.
They'll also stop you if you're speeding, and you'd better have insurance.
The saturation program is paid for by the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, and comes after Broken Arrow saw a record number of deaths on the road last year.
"We are looking at this like a surgical strike, in that we want to make sure the public is aware we are out there, we are actively enforcing our laws in the hopes, to reduce their risk and the risk to other people," said Sergeant Ed Ferguson.
The campaign runs through February.