The driver of a BMW was stopped by roads policing units from the Central Motorway Policing Group (CMPG) after setting off a staggering 32 speed cameras.
The vehicle was first picked up as it hurtled along the M6 J14-15.
Marked police units positioned themselves behind the vehicle and recorded its average speed of 83 mph as it sped through roadworks.
The posted speed limit was 60 mph but owing to the thick fog, most vehicles were travelling at a much slower speed.
The BMW was seized because it was not insured. It was also PG9’d after officers noted that it had two bald tyres.
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