Police have been out and about today asking motorists to stop and read the registration plate of a vehicle parked 20.5 metres away - the legal standard set by the DVLA.
They are warning that drivers who fail this roadside eyesight test could have their licence revoked instantly.
Many sailed through the spot-check - but for others it was a wake-up call, as our correspondent Carl Edwards reports.
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First Minister Carwyn Jones is in north Wales today to open a new hangar at Hawarden Airport.
It's thought the privately owned aircraft left Milton Keynes for Dublin, via Caernarfon Bay, before disappearing yesterday afternoon.
Low pressure dominates, and that means there is more wet and windy weather on the way! But, at least it's mild!