New Zealand is about to get electronic motorway signs.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has started rolling out the new signs in Auckland.
Six full-colour, high-pixel signs have been installed on the Northern, Southern, Northwestern and Southwestern motorways. Seven more are planned.
Other areas of New Zealand will get the signs in the future, although a timeline is not yet known.
Each new sign costs $80,000 and are paid for from the latest budget.
The new signs will enable more detailed information to be included such as information on highway conditions and travel information.