A man has been charged with dangerous driving after allegedly driving a car covered in snow.
Police pulled a car over shortly before 10am on Thursday morning at the Dunsinane Industrial Estate in Dundee.
The car had a thick layer of snow from the bonnet, over the front windscreen and across the roof and covering the rear windscreen too.
A small area of the windscreen on the driver’s side had been cleared but officers said there was “practically zero visibility forwards” and it was “miraculous that no-one was hurt”.
Greg Burns, Tayside Roads Policing Unit’s inspector, said: “Our officers genuinely could not believe what they were seeing when they saw this car today.
“Yes, it’s an inconvenience having to clear your car of snow when there’s been significant snowfall, but it is an absolute necessity.
“This man has put himself and other road users and pedestrians at huge risk by driving the car in this condition.
“It is a driver’s responsibility to ensure that their vehicle is safe to drive and is prepared adequately for the weather conditions being experienced, and it’s not an exaggeration to say that this is just about the most extreme example of lack of preparation that we’ve ever seen.
“Please – take the time to clear your car, and be safe.”
The man will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal.