Unmarked Police Lorry used to catch phone users whilst driving

Police have launched the latest weapon against drivers breaking the law. This massive undercover police lorry is complete with flashing blue lights.

unmarked police lorry to catch car drivers on phone
IMAGE: SWNS – Unmarked DAF police lorry

The unmarked HGV gives police a much better vantage point to see motorists texting and using their mobile phones at the wheel.

The huge HGV lorry, which has been spotted 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 large-scale operation has been targeting those using mobile devices behind the wheel.

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.

WATCH: This unmarked police lorry that is watching your every move.

We haven’t received any reports of sightings of these unmarked police lorries in Swindon or Wiltshire as of yet, but if you happen to see one, please do let us know.