POLICE are monitoring vehicles and drivers in the Northern Division.
This is in a bid to clamp down on road accidents and defective vehicles that are still in operation.
Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said officers would also monitor motorists for speeding and drunk driving during the weekend.
He said they would also be on the lookout for other traffic infringement offences.
"People in the north should expect the presence of police officers at major roads in the division," said Insp Sokomuri.
"We are targeting repeat offenders who we have marked out as repeatedly committing traffic offences."
"There are still drivers and road users who choose to be stubborn about road safety.
"We will come down hard on them," he said.
Insp Sokomuri said the operation would be carried out by traffic officers at Savusavu, Labasa , Seaqaqa and Taveuni.
Insp Sokomuri said the fight for accident-free roads in Fiji was not the duty of the police alone.
He said it took the effort of all road users including motorists and pedestrians to make Fiji roads accident free.