Joshua Howarth, age, 25 of High Hazels Mead, Sheffield appeared at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday 12 November where he admitted driving while disqualified and dangerous driving.
The charges relate to an incident on June 9 2018 when Howarth failed to stop for officers, drove through a red light and then was caught on CCTV driving the wrong way down a dual carriage way.
Leading the investigation PC Luke Ellison said: “Howarth’s irresponsible behaviour caused another driver to brake and while no-one suffered any injuries, the situation could have been so much worse.
“Not only was he driving dangerously, he was also driving without a licence having been disqualified until July 2019.
“Howarth is now spending time behind bars and I hope that this will remind people that we are out actively targeting disqualified drivers and if you are breaking the law, you will be stopped.”
Anyone with information about disqualified drivers is asked to contact 101.