A motorists' organization names the most dangerous roads in Britain; traffic cops in Cheshire "educate" reckless drivers.
South Yorkshire's police reveal how high-speed pursuits, stolen cars and fatal collisions are part of a typical day while patrolling Sheffield's streets.
An angry driver tries to elude the legal system; a routine stop becomes a dangerous case of road rage.
Operation Mermaind cracks down on vehicles used by gang leaders; police catch asylum seekers working on nearby farms.
Police follow the trail of serial car criminals; residents take the law into their own hands with a car thief caught in a dead end.
South Yorkshire's police combine speed cameras with traditional methods to catch speeders; motorcyclists have ways to dodge detection.
Illegal off-road bikers put their lives at risk; a former car thief gives his assistance to the police.
Yorkshire's teenage criminals steal cars, ignore courts and keep driving; criminals in Sheffield steal cars on demand.
South Yorkshire traffic officers continue their fight against criminals who come out after dark.
Jamie Theakston examines Operation Takeaway; traffic police seize vehicles; sometimes the vehicles are crushed.
Pat Langley participates in a hair-raising high-speed chase on a motorway; a motorcyclist risks his life in a midnight pursuit.
The driving skills of South Yorkshire traffic cop Martin Northam are used to catch violent criminals.
A camera designed to trap terrorists is used to foil traffic crime; a fire engine crashes during an emergency.
Chief Super Les Owen attempts to educate, rather than punish, traffic offenders.
The Metropolitan Police launch a road safety campaign.
Drugged driver; road rage.