CCTV has been installed in a car in Wolverhampton to try and tackle the growing number of people parking illegally outside schools at the the beginning and end of the day.
The council vehicle will patrol at busy times capturing offenders on camera.
Anyone flouting the law will face a fine of up to seventy pounds.
Wolverhampton City Council is tackling the growing problem of cars parked illegally outside schools during pick up and drop off times.
A new CCTV Enforcement Car will capture images of vehicles parked in restricted areas, with drivers facing a fine of up to £70.
CCTV is being installed in Wolverhampton to tackle illegal and dangerous parking outside the city's schools.
Parents say that parking is difficult, but feel a better alternative could be found to help the situation.
Wolverhampton is introducing a new CCTV Enforcement Car to tackle illegal and dangerous parking outside the city's schools.
The vehicle has an automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera installed, which will capture images of vehicles parked illegally outside schools.
Tickets will be issued to drivers who break the law.