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“Driving test success, hazard perception video clips...”

Written on: 09/02/2010

Driving test success, hazard perception video clips with 400 clips:

I'm not sure if this is indicative of the exam, but if it is, this mode of testing is a disgrace and should be done away with.

I would estimate that I am seeing close on 100% of the hazards in good time but unfortunately this is often before the composer of the dvd has either seen them or warrants them to be a hazard and therefore I often get zero marks. All this DVD does is encourage you to click as often as possible or think in the way that a poosibly elderly gent with less than 20-20 vision and dulled reflexes thinks, although unfortunately this may be what it takes to pass the exam.

I have 6-5 vision, 25yrs driving experience and no accidents and am doing the exam to gain a D1 licence

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