New vehicles are being drafted in to tackle speeding drivers in Sussex.
He was travelling at more than twice the legal speed limit on a public road putting both his own and others' lives in danger.
Residents in the New Forest are volunteering to help police carry out a road safety programme to crackdown on speeding motorists.
Stephen Tull's speed of 152 mph in West Sussex wasn't the highest ever recorded. In 2000 a motorcyclist was jailed after strapping a camcorder to his helmet and riding at 175mph in Hertfordshire. A Porsche 911 was caught in Oxfordshire, five years ago, travelling at 172mph.
A motorcyclist who was caught driving at 152 mph in Sussex has been found guilty of dangerous driving.
Stephen Tull, who's 37 and from Liphook in Hampshire, drove at twice the speed limit on the A27 in Binsted on October 16 last year.
Mr Tull also admitted driving without an MOT.
More than 80 drivers have been stopped by police for speeding in a 20 mile per hour zone in Oxford City Centre - in just one morning.
Traffic officers have recently started patrolling streets, including St Giles. 18 drivers were given fines and points on their licence. 61 others were given roadside advice.
One lady stopped travelling at 44 mph on Littlemoor Road in Weymouth said that she was just keeping up with the flow of traffic. She changed her defence when the officer pointed out that she was the only car on the road.
A driver stopped in Poole travelling at 50 mph in a 40 mph zone said: “I’m on my way to an eyesight test and didn’t see the speed limit sign. A man in Poole said: “Well I wouldn’t have used my mobile if I knew there were policemen in an unmarked car behind me."
A driver in Swanage was stopped by Dorset Police's Road Safety Team for not wearing his seatbelt.
When questioned he said that he didn't wear one because "his wife was always going on at him about it".
He also said that it took a while for the new laws enforcing seat belt use to sink in.
The seatbelt law came into effect 30 years ago in 1982.
The force has revealed some of the unique excuses given to their officers in an attempt to improve the behaviour of bad drivers.
The force dealt with 4,067 traffic offences between January and March of this year.
Dorset Police have revealed unique excuses given to their road safety team for why drivers were speeding in the county.
A woman in the Purbecks denied to officers that she was using her mobile phone while driving.
She said that she was eating a prawn cracker and she didn’t have a phone with her.
The officer took her number and rang it. Unsurprisingly to the officer, the woman’s phone rang in the car.
The lady immediately apologised and offered the officer a prawn cracker. She was issued with a ticket.