Hertfordshire, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 17, 2009 -- Hazard perception skills - In Nov 2002, government has introduced the hazard perception element the driving test.
If you are preparing for UK driving test, you need to pass hazard perception test along with driving theory test.
If you follow good driving practices you can avoid potentially dangerous situations while driving.
THINK road safety advice to keep everyone safer on the UK rural roads -
Driving on country roads can seem safer because of the lack of traffic - but statistics show that drivers and passengers are more likely to die on a rural road than a busy street.
THINK! has put together some tips to raise drivers' awareness of the dangers:
Drive at the appropriate speed for the conditions
Only around 10 per cent of drivers actually go over the speed limit on rural roads, but deaths are three times that of road fatalities generally. Remember that it's still possible to drive at an inappropriate speed even if you're within the speed limit.
Be careful by day - and by night
An equal number of accidents happen in daylight and at night-time, although accidents at night tend to be more serious. One of the hazards of driving at night is that other drivers' headlights can temporarily blind you.
Be aware of single carriageway hazards
Most casualties on country roads happen on A and minor roads.
Follow the advice, make yourself aware of the potential driving hazards and you can be safer driver of the roads.
Hazard perception element in DSA driving theory test - Be aware about various types of hazards on the road.
If you make yourself aware of driving hazards, you can recognize the potential driving hazards from the clues. So when potentially dangerous situation might arise and you can then adopt better a driving plan to reduce the risk.
About hazard perception test
New drivers are involved in accidents, especially in the first months after passing a driving test. It has been proven that drivers who have taken hazard perception test training have much better hazard perception test skills.
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