North Lancashire's fire crews have dealt with four vehicle fires in less than 24 hours - with investigations underway to find out how they started.
The first happened in Lancaster at around 11 o'clock last night on Ashton Road, when fire crews found two burning vehicles outside a property - having initially thought it was in fact a building that was on fire while en route to the scene.
The cause of that fire is thought to be deliberate, and police are investigating alongside Lancashire Fire & Rescue service.
The second incident happened in Morecambe at just after 8am today on Hadrian Road, when fire crews dealt with a van on fire in the street. No further details have been released about that incident.
The third fire happened on the driveway of a house in Heysham on Meldon Grange at 1pm today.
The cause of that fire is yet to be established and there have been no reports of any injuries at the scene of any of the blazes.