Kentucky State Police are getting a better look at potential violators by using tractor-trailers to catch distracted drivers. Even though Memorial Day is past, the “Click It or Ticket” campaign continues through this weekend. Trooper Lloyd Cochran says the view from the cab of a tractor-trailer gives you a better perspective of how many people text and drive, how many wear their seat belts and how many children are not properly restrained in car seats. He said in one incident over the weekend he spotted a driver in a pickup texting with both hands while trying to drive. Most of the other violations involved lack of seat belts. Seat belt fines will cost drivers $25. Texting and driving violations cost $35 along with court costs. The tractor-trailer is normally used out of Frankfort to haul its Safety Town exhibit seen at the state fair.