Two law students from Leeds are hoping to charm their way to victory in a hitch-hiking challenge that will help to change the lives of disabled children.
Rowenna Harris and Karlee Dunn-Jackson will flee the Leeds University campus this morning and aim to get as far as possible in 36 hours.
But they won't have a penny in their pocket, and will instead by relying on a map, their powers of persuasion and the generosity of members of the public.
The duo will race against the clock as part of a Jailbreak Challenge set up by Leeds University RAG.
Rowenna and Karlee will be supporting Caudwell Children, a charity which provides practical and emotional support to disabled children throughout the UK.
The 22-year-olds have already raised more than £500 for the charity ahead of their challenge.