A driver travelling at 104mph was one of 93 motorists caught speeding in a police clampdown on two of Staffordshire’s busiest roads.
Staffordshire Police’s road policing unit carried out checks on the A50 near Uttoxeter and the A38 at Claymills where the 70mph stretches were monitored.
Across the two locations more than 90 vehicles were caught speeding, while a number of cars were found to have defects or no MOT.
Two vehicles were seized by police, with one found to have no tax and the other no insurance.
Vehicles also underwent inspections by the unit’s specially-trained officers who issued two notices where the recipients have a specified time period to carry out repairs.
Temporary Sergeant Dave Cruxton, who oversaw Tuesday’s operation, said: “These operations are about showing the public that we are out policing the roads to ensure they are safe for drivers to use.
“It is unfortunate such a high number of people did not adhere to the speed limit and they will now be dealt with accordingly.
“While we have the camera van, we were pulling over vehicles to check their roadworthiness and to deal with those motorists travelling at extremely high and dangerous speeds.”