New signs have been put up at a Stoke-on-Trent supermarket warning against anti-social motorists.
Families around Tesco in Meir Park have complained about boy-racers whizzing around the car park and gathering at night.
New barriers are already due to go up at the B&Q on November 2 to stop access to the car park out-of-hours.
And now police officers have put up signs on the Tesco car park warning a Section 59 notice is enforce should anyone drive in an anti-social manner.
A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: “The Section 59 warning notices has been installed at Tesco in Meir.
“This does count as a first warning to drivers entering the premises, and could lead to your vehicle being seized under that act if your vehicle is used in a anti social manner.”
The signs warns drivers they cannot drive aggressively, rev their engines, play loud music, or perform hand brake turns on the car park.
Tesco says it is working with both police officers and Stoke-on-Trent City Council to solve the issue of anti-social drivers on the car park.
A spokesman said: “We are aware of the anti-social behaviour in the car park and are sorry it’s affecting the local community.
“We are working closely with the council and the police to look at ways to deter it. This includes enforcement notices and the partial closure of the car park overnigh