Police in Inverness are advising the public to be aware of possible disruption on Saturday evening due to an unoffical car cruise event in the city.
The cruise, which involves young people gathering in their customised cars, is set to take place at the Inverness Retail Park on Eastfield Way.
There may be some traffic congestion in the area and possible delays to those wishing to visit the retail park in the evening.
Police are aware that the majority of those attending these types of events are law-abiding but for those who do choose to participate in anti-social behaviour, such as speeding, wheel-spinning, revving or creating a disturbance, this type of activity will not be tolerated.
A similar event at the same venue about a month ago led to around 200 vehicles turning up and 24 drivers being charged with various offences.
Drivers are warned that they could face court action or having their vehicle seized if they break the law.
Drivers are also being warned that they could face court action or having their vehicle seized.
As part of Operation Route there will be a highly visible police presence in and around the Inverness area and drivers are asked to ensure their vehicles are roadworthy and that license, tax and insurance documents are in order.
Drivers are also being advised to watch their speed, not to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, avoid distractions such as mobile phones whilst driving and not drive while disqualifed.
The owners of the retail park, which is private property, are aware of the event and will be providing extra security on the day.