A police force has been criticised for targeting motorists and lorry drivers who display hanging pendants in their windscreens.
Central Scotland Police said officers will "come down hard" on anyone who hangs ornaments in a way which obscures the area swept by windscreen wipers. The warning comes after the force put two lorries off the road for the offence.
Motorists who use tinted glass in their windscreens are also being targeted.
Inspector Graeme Allan, of the force's road policing unit, said pendants that "encroach into the area swept by windscreen wipers" were illegal and should be removed.
He said: "If anything is in this area it will obscure the driver's vision and we will target anyone committing this offence.
"Common sense tells you that if you have anything on your windscreen you will not be able to see clearly and that is extremely dangerous."