How to pass the hazard perception test | Your questions answered
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Following the success of my previous hazard perception test video, I got asked lots of questions from viewers.
In this video I answer those questions, such as:
– How many times can I click before I get disqualified?
– Where do I need to click?
– Exactly how does the scoring system work? More clarification on how to score well.
– Do I need to click for fixed hazards, such as bends and hills?
– I can’t see the hazards, the video is too blurry!
I hope this new video answer all of these questions and doubts, but if you still have concerns about the hazard perception test please let me know in the comments.
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