A protest against high fuel prices is set to get underway tomorrow in Dublin.
The People Of Ireland Against Fuel Prices protest is being organised by the same group which brought convoys of truckers into the Capital last year.
Truckers are moving up a gear with tomorrow's rally, saying they will not end their city-centre protest against high fuel prices until their demands are met.
Trucks, buses, tractors, vans and cars are being asked to meet at various points in Naas, Kinnegad, Lusk and Carrickmines in the early hours of Monday morning, before making their way to Dublin city centre.
Pedestrians who want to take part will meet at the GPO at 9am.
The Facebook based group of professional truckers says The People Of Ireland Against Fuel Prices protest will be peaceful, and are apologising in advance for any inconvenience which may be caused to traffic tomorrow.