Next time you find yourself sharing the road with an RV, be aware that they might not just be going camping.

It's now against the law anyway, but KCRG reports that the Iowa State Patrol has found a creative way to enforce against texting and driving, which is now a primary offense in the state. They have acquired an RV to use as an unmarked vehicle to catch people in the act. To further disguise themselves, the officers are in plain clothes.

They've also enlisted DNR officials to help look for and report offenders.

Whether you think this a little aggressive and sneaky or brilliant, one thing is for sure: they're taking the new laws seriously.

Feel free to share your thoughts on their methods in the comments.