Vehicles with illegally tinted windows and dodgy numbers plates were caught in a police sting.
Officers from the Dewsbury and Mirfield policing team carried out a traffic operation on Monday in which they stopped and checked 75 vehicles in Huddersfield Road at Ravensthorpe.
Taxi drivers were among those found to be on the wrong side of the law. One taxi driver had his licence suspended and another 10 taxi drivers were given rectification notices for vehicle defects.
Tickets were also given to three drivers for not wearing seat belts and one for a defective tyre.
Police also arrested a 25-year-old man who was wanted on warrant.
A police spokesman said: "In total 75 vehicles were checked, and various notices issued for the likes of illegal number plates, taxi rectification notices, seatbelt offences and defective tyres."
Officers with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) also took part in the operation alongside Kirklees Council staff.
After checking various vehicles, the DVSA issued five immediate rectification notices for defective tyres and tinted windows. A further four were given delayed rectification notices.
PC Asad Kahut of the Dewsbury and Mirfield Proactive Team said: "The aim of this operation was to target what we call the ‘Fatal 4,’ namely the four factors that contribute to a road traffic collision or serious injury.
"These are speeding, drink drive, mobile phone use and driving without a seat belt.
"It was a successful operation offering a high visibility presence in Ravensthorpe and I want to thank our partners for their support in helping us carry out this operation and get a message out there to communities that we are taking action."
Members of the public have backed the latest crackdown.
Posting on Facebook, one man said: "About time. I am sick of seeing total blackout windows, dodgy number plates. How about banning those really loud exhausts?"
Similar crackdowns have taken place in Waterloo, Huddersfield in recent months which led to vehicles being banned from the roads for various dangerous defects.