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a car crash. No witnesses.
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Evidence found - Wallet

Whose is it? The driver's?
Click below to find outContinue on your mobile device.

Evidence found - Business cards

Business cards for a pawn shop and jeweller – a strange pair... Click below toUse your mobile device to search through the wallet for more clues.

Swipe along the line to see the card in the wallet.
Evidence found - Duffel bag

What was the driver up to? More importantly, what's inside? Click below to investigate.Use your mobile device to open the duffel bag.

Swipe along both zips at the same time to unzip the duffel bag
Evidence found - Damaged tyre

Better check the tyres.
Click to inspectUse your mobile device to search the tyre for clues.

Hold your phone flat on your palm with the top of the device towards centre of your screen. Press the button to shine light on the tyre and find the clue
Evidence found - Locked glovebox

What's hidden in here? Click to examineUse your mobile device to unlock it.

Try to replicate the pattern to unlock the glovebox

Who did you assume was to blame for the crash?

It's estimated that 11 million motorists are making calls at the wheel

Distracted driving isn't a young driver problem – it's an everyone problem

You MUST exercise proper control of your vehicle at all times. You MUST NOT use a hand-held mobile phone, or similar device, when driving or when supervising a learner driver, except to call 999 or 112 in a genuine emergency when it is unsafe or impractical to stop.

The Highway Code (Laws RTA 1988 sects 2 & 3, & CUR regs 104 & 110)

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