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Online Hazard Perception Test for VIC
Hi Mandz,[b][b]I believe there's a pool from where the questions are pulled, so you may not get the same ones as me, but here are some tips:[b][b]1. Practice the examples from the VicRoads website - I got all 4 examples in my actual test![b][b]2. If you get any examples that have trams, watch the tram's break lights! I had 4 questions where I had to click when I would slow down whilst following a tram - as soon as you see it's back lights go red, clickity click![b][b]3. You will get at least one example where you must make an emergency break - possible examples are a jogger on the footpath who suddenly runs onto the road, or a small child who runs out onto the road behind a 4WD - click/break as soon as you see them head for/step on the road.[b][b]4. If driving down a country road and you see a road sign for dust, break as soon as a dust cloud forms behind the car in front of you.[b][b]5. Make sure you know WHEN is safe to overtake other vehicles.[b][b]6. Use your common sense and don't be click-happy - some of the examples require no clicking at all, if you're sure you don't need to take any action, then don't click that mouse.[b][b]You only need 55% to pass, so as long as you know what you're doing on the roads when you're actually driving, you should be okay :) Good luck!