POLICE across Kirklees clamped down on uninsured drivers during a week of action.
They targeted vehicles in Huddersfield, Heckmondwike, Savile Town and Ravensthorpe.
Some 38 vehicles were clamped for not having any road tax, of which 22 were removed to a compound.
Six vehicles were seized because the drivers were suspected of not having a licence or insurance.
Three arrests were made for theft and driving while disqualified.
The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency also banned 30 vehicles from the road because of a number of defects.
These included brake and tyre defects, missing brake lights and heavily tinted windows.
Sgt Danny Groiser, of Huddersfield Road Traffic Police, said: "This operation was about targeting those who compromise the safety of themselves and others by driving vehicles that are uninsured or defective.
"We will continue to work with our partners on operations like these to stop those we suspect of breaking the law.
"We will make Kirklees safer for other road users and pedestrians."