Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has appealed to truckers protesting against Sunday's election results to clear the roads and protest elsewhere.
Supporters of the far-right president have erected hundreds of roadblocks across Brazil since it was announced that Mr Bolsonaro's left-wing rival Lula won the election.
Mr Bolsonaro said blocking roads was not a part of "legitimate" protests.
He encouraged people to choose other ways of demonstrating.
Many hardcore Bolsonaro supporters have refused to accept the result of Sunday's presidential run-off, which saw former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva narrowly win with 50.9% of valid votes.
Angry with the result, lorry drivers set up blockades across the country. They have so far lasted three days and have caused considerable disruption to the transport of goods, including food and fuel.
Police have struggled to contain all of the blockades, although the federal highway police said more than 700 had now been dismantled.
Addressing the blockades in a video posted on his Twitter account on Wednesday, Mr Bolsonaro said: "I know you are upset... Me too. But we have to keep our heads straight.