Police say they were alerted to a possible drunk driver who was spotted by a member of the public in Lancaster at around 11.15pm on Sunday, January 21.
Patrols were immediately scrambled and a stinger was set up near to the junction 29 of the M6 where it meets the M65.
A spokesman for the police said: "As the driver approached the interchange of the M65 they were signalled to stop by a police car which they failed to do.
"We had preemptively set up a a police stinger at the top of the slip road of the M65 and the car rolled over the stinger and was brought to a stop.
"The driver failed to provide a specimen of breath, he was arrested and taken into custody.
"Nobody was injured during the incident, although the car was left with four very flat tyres."
A spokesman for Lancashire Road Police said in a tweet: "Vehicle stung by HO57 after failing to stop for @LancsPolDogUnit and MN38. Driver arrested by MN38 after refusing to provide a breath sample."