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I'm glad it's not just me and a case of sour grapes. I have been driving for 38 yrs, I have a car and HGV licence, I also occasionally drive high profile cars which I had to take a practical test for. The other day I failed my hazard perception test for bike and think it is just a money making concern. Like others I could see things well in advance of their scoring window and realise everything is a potential hazard, any car door can open unexpectedly, any pedestrian could step out, any car could fail to stop at a junction, and vehicle can change lane without warning. It is not a true reflection of driving or riding. What does failing the HP test mean, that I am now not safe to drive on the nonsense!

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