Kamloops Mounties will be out on the highways during the Thanksgiving weekend for Operation Impact.
As part of this provincewide initiative, they'll be looking for things that put people at risk: drunk driving, not using seatbelts, and aggressive or distracted driving.
"The deaths, pain and broken hearts that result from carelessness behind the wheel can be prevented," said Cpl. Robert McDonald of "E" Division Traffic Services.
"Police agencies across the country are collaborating on this project because they have seen more than enough of that, and because they know that the involvement of the driving public is essential to achieve safer streets and highways."
In B.C., there have been 936 deaths and 5,173 serious injuries over the last three years related to vehicle collisions.