Topping the list of the 37 offences was driving an unlicenced and uninsured vehicle.
Six of the offences were for not having a driver’s licence and six for having prohibitive tint.
“All offenders will have to appear before the Magistrate’s Court,” the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) said in a press release.
The 25 ticketed offences, according to the RVIPF, included failure to renew driver’s licence, riding without a helmet, not secured by a seatbelt, not secured in a safety seat for a child and not having a front licence plate.
Travelling with coloured headlamps and with persons standing in the tray of a truck were the other offences.
One person was charged for drunkenness when in charge of a motor vehicle and failing to stop at the request of an officer.
Commissioner of Police Mark Collins is making a public appeal since these operations will increase as the summer months approach.
“Many of these road traffic offences not only carry hefty fines but could put drivers and other road users at risk. It is therefore wise for owners to ensure that occupants are travelling safe and vehicle particulars are up to date,” Mr Collins said.