​You should have spotted the cyclist just as you passed the white taxi on your off-side. In this case the cyclist was wearing hi-visibility clothing and was clearly visible. Slow down and give cyclists as much room as you would any other vehicle when passing – be ready for any sudden movements.

Hazard 6

​Well done, a difficult one to spot. When passing parked vehicles – go slow and look out for any movement between the cars. You can sometimes see movement through the rear window or spot feet below the vehicle.

Hazard 5

​Well done, you may have been distracted by the car, but you should have spotted the pedestrian at the same time and anticipated their movement. Always slow down when approaching vulnerable road users and multiple hazards – it gives you time to think and respond appropriately.

Hazard 4

​Well done, the car exiting this minor road was difficult to see due to its grey colour matching the road surface – one to think about when choosing the colour of your next car!

Hazard 3

​Well done, you should have spotted the car moving as you approached the bus stop on the near side. Always scan for movement at every junction as you approach it. Try to make eye contact with the driver and look out for wheel movement which may be an indication the car is about to pull out.

Hazard 2

​Well done, you should have spotted the bus indicating just as it passed through the traffic signals. Look out for pedestrians running to catch the bus as well as pedestrians getting off the bus and crossing in front. Slow down and pass with care - you can sometimes spot pedestrian movement if you look under the bus.

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Hazard Perception - module A

Welcome to the Go Safe Glasgow Hazard Perception test.

These modules are designed to help raise your awareness of potential hazards and develop your driving skills.

Play the video and click on a hazard as soon as you see it.

Clicking on non-hazards will affect your score.

Good luck!

Well done, you have completed the test.

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hazards out of 6

You clicked on         non-hazards.

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Andrew Hogarth​

Hazard Perception - module A