Look out for a lot of extra law enforcement this week, particularly officers on motorcycles.
Law enforcement agencies from four counties, including Knox, Blount, Loudon, and Sevier, are teaming up with the Tennessee Highway Patrol and Governor's Highway Safety Offices for a saturation patrol.
The extra enforcement starts Wednesday and runs through the weekend.
The goal is to reduce wrecks, target unsafe drivers and enforce seat belt laws.
Officials say the majority of traffic fatalities involve people not wearing seat belt.
"Two seconds you could buckle your seat belt before you pull out and it may save your life or save you from some grave injury that you could receive in a vehicle crash," said Lt. Johnny McDonald with the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
The motorcycle cop crackdown will continue through the UT/Florida game this weekend.