What are Hazards

The types of hazards you need to look for are:

  1. Pedestrians crossing the road

  2. Cyclists emerging from side roads

  3. Cyclists moving into your path to avoid something such as a parked car

  4. Vehicles emerging from side roads

  5. Vehicles moving off from a parked position or a driveway

  6. Large vehicles moving onto your side of the road

  7. Meeting oncoming vehicles on narrow roads

  8. Children playing next to the road

  9. Animals running into the road

  10. Junctions that are hidden and difficult to see

  11. Parked vehicles





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What is the Pass Mark


45 out of 75


At this point, the lady only represents a potential hazard. As she is not a developing hazard, clicking at this time will gain zero points.


Now as the lady changes direction towards the road, she becomes a developing hazard. At the time she changes direction towards the road would be where the highest points of 5 will be gained. The longer it takes you to realise the developing hazard and the further into the road she walks, the less points will be gained from 5 points down to 1.


The lady is now in the direct path of your car and has become an actual hazard. At this point if the mouse has been clicked, you have failed to spot the developing hazard and zero points will be gained.



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