This is the shocking moment a drink-driver ploughed into the back of another car after being recorded doing 132mph — on his own dash cam.
Footage shows Nathan Williams, 41, weaving between lanes as he raced down the motorway in his white BMW whilst driving home from the pub.
The 31-second video shows the sozzled driver smash into the back of a braking Ford Focus in the middle lane near Junction 16 of the northbound M6 near Stoke-on-Trent.
Williams, of Talke, Staffordshire, failed to exchange details with the blue vehicle, which jolted forwards after the collision, and bolt started his car before racing off again.
Footage shows Nathan Williams, 41, weaving between lanes as he raced down the motorway in his white BMW whilst driving home from the pub
The harrowing clip shows the 41-year-old hurtling down the M6 near Stoke on Trent at speeds of up to 132mph
When he was arrested Williams was found to have 93mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath – almost three times the legal limit of 35mcg.
He was driving home from a pub in Stone, Staffordshire, during the incident at 9.33pm on July 6.
A court heard how the motorist weaved between traffic, honked his horn and intimidated fellow motorists during the terrifying journey.
It was told that he drove towards Crewe in his damaged car after the collision, using quiet country roads in an attempt to avoid detection by police.
However, he was eventually stopped by police who breathalysed him and seized the dash cam which helped convict him.
Williams’ car ploughed into the back of another vehicle that had been travelling at a much lower speed in the middle lane
It was told that he drove towards Crewe in his damaged car after the collision, using quiet country roads in an attempt to avoid detection by police
Williams, who has two previous convictions for drink-driving, admitted to dangerous driving and drink-driving at North Staffordshire Justice Centre.
He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, and banned from driving for three years and six months by magistrates on Thursday.
PC Mark Bishop, of the Central Motorway Police Group (CPMG) said: ‘Williams used his vehicle as a weapon.
‘He attempted to provoke confrontation with other road users, and it is more by luck than judgement that no-one died as a result of his jaunt to the pub and back.’