A car has ended up on its roof after crashing in wintry conditions in the Highlands today.
The male driver of a black Hyundai was taken to hospital after the incident but is not thought to be seriously injured.
It happened at around 8.05am on the A82 at the south end of Glencoe. The road was partially blocked but remained passable.
Police have issued a warning to motorists to take current wintry weather conditions into account if planning a journey today.
Road policing officers are urging drivers to be prepared for high winds, snow or icy conditions on a number of routes, including the A9 and A82 trunk roads.
A Met Office yellow warning for snow and ice is in place across much of the Highlands until 10am tomorrow.
Road policing inspector Neil Lumsden said: “We want all road users to take potentially challenging weather conditions into account if planning a journey today.
“Make sure that you and your vehicle are properly prepared for the conditions before setting out, check the forecast and leave extra time for your journey.
“Remember when the road is icy, wet or covered in snow it can make a considerable difference to grip and stopping distances. When the roads are icy, drive at a slow speed in as high a gear as possible; accelerate and brake very gently.
“We will be carrying out patrols throughout the day and if drivers make sure they are prepared then we can work together to avoid disruption on the roads.”