NEW measures have been installed in Hampshire to crack down on nuisance car meets. 

Police in Romsey have shared an image of speed bumps installed to reduce antisocial behaviour during the meets. 

In a tweet from police, a spokesperson said: "We have been working closely with landowners in Romsey & Nursling who have installed traffic calming measures to reduce the antisocial behaviour linked to car meetings.

"Thank you to everyone who has helped."

READ MORE: Anger as drivers descend on Adanac Park for car meets

The measures come after a series of car meets caused problems for businesses at Adanac Park, Nursling. 

Hundreds of people attended the events that started at the beginning of May and went on for weeks. 

Vehicles could be seen drifting around the park late at night and CCTV footage showed that one driver almost collided with onlookers when they partially lost control of the car. 

Permanent security was put in to monitor the business park with changes also being made to access the site. 

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