Scot with 'bad drivers club' sticker on vehicle clocked doing 112mph on motorway

The vehicle had stickers with the 'bad driving club' logo.
-Credit: (Image: X)

Cops captured a Scots driver speeding at 112 mph on the M74 with a sticker on the back of the vehicle boasting about their 'bad driving'.

Officers stopped the vehicle on the motorway recently after their speedometer caught the driver travelling well beyond the 70mph national speed limit.

The driver was charged and is due to appear at a Justice of the Peace Court in due course.

Police Scotland shared images of the vehicle on X, formerly known as Twitter, showing the back of the vehicle with the 'bad driving club' stickers, and another of the speedometer at 112mph.

A spokesperson for the force said: "Glasgow Road Police were on the M74 the other day when this car caught their eye due to the speed at which it was being driven.

The driver was caught speeding at 112mph on the M74.
The driver was caught speeding at 112mph on the M74. -Credit:X

"The driver appeared to want to advertise the fact his driving is poor, so we provided a date for him to explain himself at the JP court."

They continued: "Many people may have seen this car driving at speed; the slogans give you an idea of the driver's attitude towards this. It's a good example of us stopping folk who put others at risk.

"Our messages around road safety and encouraging people not to risk it are serious."

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