Frightening dash cam video has emerged of drivers narrowly avoiding head-on collisions with tourists driving on the wrong side of the road.
The videos of cars swerving to safety just seconds before collisions have been released amid a safety campaign aimed at reminding foreign drivers to keep to the left.
The Keep Left campaign was set up by Isle of Skye resident Sharon Anslow after she was injured in a crash with a tourist last December.
Ms Anslow had to be cut from her car after she was forced off the road by a tourist’s vehicle coming towards her in her lane.
‘Someone will be killed’
The latest footage was captured on roads on Skye and elsewhere in the Scottish Highlands and shows cars in the wrong lane heading straight for the camera vehicle, including one incident on a blind corner at night.
On the Keep Left campaign’s Facebook page Ms Anslow said that the latest videos brought back “horrible flashbacks” of her own accident and warned “someone will be killed”.
She created the campaign after hearing from other drivers involved in similar incidents after her crash.
She told BBC Scotland: “So many people contacted me after my accident saying: ‘It happened to us’. Even earlier that day of my accident it had happened to somebody else.
“I really felt like I had to make a good thing out of a bad thing.”
The campaign wants “keep left” signs put up at junctions, clearer road markings and for hire car companies to put “keep left” stickers in their vehicles.
It has been backed by local politicians, police and more than 2,000 people have signed its petition calling for more and better signage.
Highland Council has announced a programme of painting direction arrows on roads around the region to remind tourists to drive on the left. The scheme will begin in April 2020 and will focus on areas where single track roads rejoin two-way A roads.