A Berkeley woman with a shocking record for traffic violations has confessed to taking police on a high-speed chase, through an active school zone, without a valid licence, all while she was behind the wheel of a dangerously unroadworthy vehicle. P-plater Casey-Jayne Christensen already had a an unimpressive list of motoring offences under her belt including four disqualified driving charges when police patrolling West Wollongong spotted the 22-year-old behind the wheel of an unregistered gold Ford Fairmont sedan on the afternoon of July 1. Read more: Prominent Illawarra restaurant owner admits trying to strangle estranged wife The officers immediately saw the vehicle was in a state of disrepair, noting it had bald tyres, no side mirrors, a broken tail light and severe rust throughout the body. They also saw the vehicle had no front registration plate and that Christensen wasn't wearing a seatbelt. Christensen passed the police vehicle and immediately sped off, accelerating west on Mount Keira Road. Officers gave chase, reaching speeds of up to 120km/h in the signposted 50km/h zone. They said Christensen slowed down as the Fairmont entered the school zone near Mount Keira Public School. She pulled to the left side of the road and tried to do U-turn but underestimated the turning circle and came to stop in gutter. The police vehicle pulled up directly in front of Fairmont, but Christensen reversed the Ford and travelled around the police vehicle. Officers terminated the pursuit as Christensen neared the West Wollongong Primary school zone. They discovered the Fairmont abandoned in Ambleside Avenue a short time later. Christensen was found in the adjacent street and arrested. She was charged with a host of driving offences including police pursuit, driving disqualified and using an unsafe vehicle. Christensen was remanded in custody and appeared in Wollongong Local Court via video link from Silverwater women's jail on Tuesday, where she entered pleas of guilty to all the charges against her. She will be sentenced on August 28.