A man will face court charged with a number of traffic offences after allegedly forcing motorists off the road, ramming a ute and injuring a dog while driving on the Hume Highway in the Southern Highlands.

The series of incidents began about 9.15am on Wednesday, when the man allegedly swerved his white Mazda 121 multiple times into the path of a white Nissan Navara heading southbound on the Hume Highway near Marulan, forcing the driver to take evasive action.

He then allegedly approached a group of 10 motorcyclists further south on the road, and proceeded to swerve in front of the group.

Police said he then allegedly swerved into the path of a grey Isuzu ute, and hit the vehicle, causing the ute to spin out of control before coming to a stop on the median strip.

The ute was carrying a dog, which was thrown from the vehicle and suffered a cut to the head.

The man then lost control of the Mazda after the collision, and crashed into a barrier, spinning out of control before leaving the road.

The man then allegedly ran from the scene, beginning a police search which included Goulburn police officers, highway patrol, the dog unit and a police helicopter.

The search was unable to locate the suspect and was abandoned, but about 1.35pm a tip from the public saw the search resumed, and the man was located about 11 kilometres away at a service station in Marulan.

The man, a 30-year-old from Monterey in southern Sydney, was arrested and charged with three counts of menacing driving, driving with a suspended licence and failing to exchange particulars after a crash.

He was granted conditional bail to appear in Goulburn Local Court in March.

Police are still investigating, and are appealing for the driver of the white Nissan Navara to come forward. Anyone with information about the incident should call Goulburn Police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the online reporting page.