After having been arguably glamorised thanks to the Hollywood-machine, Cocaine has officially been named United Kingdom’s drug of choice. Several musicians, politicians and actors are added each year to the growing list of publicly outed celebrities who have been dabbling in the substance. Cocaine use has been glamorised extensively in Hollywood blockbusters like ‘Wolf on Wall Street’ with Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘Blow’ starring Jonny Depp to more dark-cult favourites like the 1935 ‘The Pace that Kills’. It should come as no surprise that the multi-billion pound fuelled cocaine industry is still a very real problem; despite there being a zero-tolerance to drugs in the law. Amidst tougher drug driving laws aimed at ‘cracking’ the whip on drug users – do people really know the risks that they pose to themselves and others when on the road?