Hazard Perception Test notes in Melbourne

Written by Ian T

This article gives you examples to understand some situations in the Hazard Perception Test.

Let’s start now.

The mouse is the brake or accelerator as you are telling the computer what you would be doing.

Don’t click mouse if you can’t overtake or turn.

- Don’t overtake a tram. Click the mouse as you get close to the back of it.

- Don’t click the mouse on any scenes at night. You can’t turn or overtake on these. Always check your speed and if the green indicator is flashing, click the mouse as you are looking for a street.

- Any yellow or orange diamond shape on the side of the road. Click the mouse as they get level with the cars.

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