'Unmarked lorries will be sent out on the UK's roads to spot drivers behaving badly behind the wheel.
Highways England will deploy three new HGV cabs to tackle dangerous driving offences and improve road safety.
More than 4,000 dangerous drivers were caught during a trial using one of the 'supercabs', which can film people using mobile phones or not wearing seatbelts.
Now the fleet, fitted with wide-angle cameras, flashing emergency lights and derestricted speed limiters, will be sent out to patrol motorways and main roads.
Officers pull up alongside vehicles and capture unsafe driving behaviour on the cameras as evidence.
Police cars following behind then pull over the vehicle.
Richard Leonard, Highways England's Head of Road Safety, said: 'We've found that the vast majority of drivers are sensible behind the wheel but a few have got into bad habits, or are simply ignoring the law and putting themselves and others at risk.'
A total of 28 police forces have taken part in the HGV cab safety initiative since it began in April 2015, the Express reported.
More than 4,176 drivers were pulled over in relation to 5,039 offences in its first two years - nearly two thirds of whom were using a mobile phone while driving.'
Read more: Fleet of unmarked HGV cabs are set to police Britain's roads with officers who can peer down INSIDE your car to spot you on your phone
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