The first drive-in theatre in the UK has opened in London, as the city begins to prepare for the 2020 Olympic Games.

The “poke transporter” is a trailer-type vehicle designed to transport vehicles to and from the venues, which are set to host events such as the Olympics. 

The “motorcade” is meant to transport the vehicles from venues to venues.

The trailers will be fitted with LED screens that will give the public a better view of the events, and will be able see vehicles through windows.

The first “poke” will be ready to go on December 4.

On a scale of one to ten, how many people would be able drive a vehicle?

The answer is: two.

According to the government, the first “molecular motorcade” will include a total of 11 cars, each equipped with two different cameras to record footage of the vehicles, which will be sent to the National Police Imagery Analysis Centre in Dorset.

All 10 vehicles will then travel to London’s Trafalgar Square and join up with the “poke caravan” to travel to the Olympic Park in central London.

The first car to drive itself to the London Olympics has been named “Liam”.

The BBC reports that Liam was born in the north-west of England but moved to London aged six, and spent the first eight years of his life on the roads.

“It’s a dream come true,” he told the BBC, before he drove himself to the Games.

But the experience left Liam feeling anxious.

“When I came back to London I realised I didn’t want to go back to the village because I thought there were too many motorcyclists in the area, so I just wanted to go and have a nice picnic.

It was such a big mistake and it wasn’t easy to come back to normal.”

He later learned that a local businessman had bought his father’s car.

“He got the licence and it was his idea, so he started going out to see the motorcade and I thought, ‘I want to get on that too, so let’s get going’.” Liam, who is now 18, is one of the most popular figures at the London motorcade, which has been given the nickname “Lion’s Foot” by the local media.

Lions Foot has been used to describe the first wave of motorcades, which have been in place since October 2016.

After the Games, a total 25 cars will be driven by an estimated 200 people.

The first driver will be Liam. 

A spokesman for the London Metropolitan Police said the police had been working to “establish the security of these events for years” but that they were now looking at other routes to avoid potential collisions.

“This has been a challenging task for the police, but we are confident the safety of our participants and spectators is always our priority,” he said.