Police have launched the latest weapon against bad drivers – this massive undercover LORRY complete with flashing blue lights.
The unmarked HGV gives cops a better vantage point to see motorists texting at the wheel or watching movies on their mobiles.
And the monster vehicle – which has been patrolling the A38 near Plymouth, Devon, – has even caught a fellow lorry driver cooking a meal on a hob in his cab.
Complete with flashing lights, the white lorry has been instrumental in catching out other dangerous drivers as part of a roads policing operation across Devon and Cornwall code-named Operation Allied Wolf.
The crackdown has also seen a teenager caught driving a tractor on the dual carriageway while browsing Snapchat on his mobile phone.
The large-scale operation has targetted those drink and drug driving, using mobile devices behind the wheel, speeding and those not wearing a seatbelt.
Chief Inspector Adrian Leisk, said: “The overall aim of Operation Allied Wolf is road casualty reduction, at the same time helping to minimise crime and traffic related incidents in the area.
“We have focused on drivers who may be impaired through drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
“Drivers must understand that if their judgement is impaired because of these factors, then being “under the limit” will not prevent them from being arrested and possibly prosecuted.”