A new free app which converts smartphones into dashcams could soon be advanced enough to clock other motorists for speeding.
The free dashcamUK app allow motorists to submit evidence of 21 different driving offences to the police.
It can capture transgressions including jumping a red light, failing to indicate and using a mobile phone while driving.
The app, which launches in May, may yet be developed with the ability to track speeding, The Times reports.
Only around a quarter of the country’s 33million drivers has a dashcam, while almost everyone has a mobile phone – meaning the app has the potential to radically increase reports of road crime.
Read more: A speed camera in EVERY car: New app turns mobile phones into dashcams that can report 21 traffic offences to police at the touch of a button – and could soon be upgraded to detect how fast other vehicles are going