Motorist Jayne Johnson hit speeds of up to 90mph as she tried to give police the slip.
The 40-year-old had been drinking when she nearly collided with an off-duty police officer on the A34 before speeding off and driving on the wrong side of the road.
And the May 17 chase only came to an end when police pulled out a stinger and she crashed into a wall.
Now Johnson has been sentenced to 10 months in prison, suspended for 18 months, at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court.
Prosecutor Philip Beardwell said: “During the course of the pursuit the car exceeded 60mph in a 30mph zone. It crossed on to the wrong side of the road when going around a left-hand bend.
“It came to a halt when a stinger device was deployed and it caused her to crash into a wall.
“She refused to provide a roadside breath test and refused again in custody.”
Johnson, of Debenham Crescent, Eaton Park, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis.
Stuart Muldoon, mitigating, said the defendant is back living with her parents. She has stopped drinking and is receiving help for her alcohol abuse.
Mr Muldoon added: “She knows that if she falls off the wagon she is at risk of re-offending.
“If she goes to prison she will not receive any of the assistance to ensure she does not re-offend in the future.”
The suspended sentence includes a 40-day rehabilitation activity requirement and a four-month electronically-monitored curfew from 9pm to 5am.
She was disqualified from driving for three years and until she passes an extended test. She must also pay £250 costs.
Judge Paul Glenn told the defendant: “You drove at grossly excessive speeds – at 60mph in a 30mph limit and as fast as 90mph in residential areas.
“Police observed your eyes were glazed, your speech was slurred and you smelt heavily of intoxicants. You were plainly unfit to drive. You were very lucky you did not cause serious injury or even worse.”