A new road safety campaign has been launched, highlighting the dangers of Scotland's country roads.
Adverts warning drivers to avoid distractions on dangerous rural routes will be shown from Friday.
Launching the campaign were June Ross from Aberdeenshire, whose 23-year-old son Ian was killed on a country road and the Transport Minister Keith Brown.
Keith Brown said: "Perhaps the problem is that there's not the need for the police to be there, because somebody may not
be speeding, they may be observing the speed limit, but still going too fast for the road.
"So I think our main message is trying to get underneath that perhaps complacency there might be, that because, you're on a rural road for example, that you are taking less care than you would do if you were on a motorway."