Motorists Warned to Watch out of Deflectograph
Transport Minister David Anderson has issued a plea to motorists to be on their guard as a crucial road survey is carried out on Island.
The crucial work is carried out every five years using a large slow moving scanner vehicle known as a deflectograph.
The deflectograph scans the roads surfaces, and flags up any areas that need attention.
The vehicles only move at a very slow pace and motorists are reminded to be wary of them.