You may notice more police on the roads this holiday weekend.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will conduct a high visibility enforcement campaign starting tomorrow morning and continuing through Sunday evening.
The campaign includes sobriety and seatbelt checkpoints as well as more patrols on the highway.
Last year around the 4th of July 19 people were killed in crashes across Tennessee.
To get that number down, officers hope that people will slow down and pay more attention.
Lieutenant Rick Garrison of the Tennessee Highway Patrol said, "Right now we have a lot of construction going on. It's summertime, and even though they're not working during that time frame it's still considered a construction zone, so you need to watch your speed through there."
Virginia State Police will also continue the "Drive to Save Lives" campaign.
They will have increased patrols from Friday morning through the end of Sunday.
Police in Virginia arrested 104 drunk drivers during the same period last year.
They want drivers to know that if they drive drunk they will be arrested.