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Phoenix Motorcycle Training LTD

Hazard perception tests are not hard, but they do require an understanding of what potential and developing hazards are. They also require you to concentrate on the road in a similar way to how you would if you were actually riding a motorcycle.

Try to stay calm through the clips and watch the road for how other vehicles are behaving. Where other vehicles are positioned on the road, whether you would need to slow down or move your position to reduce your risk as a rider, and whether or not vehicles are indicating to turn or coming to an intersection are some of the things you should be looking out for.

These manoeuvres will need to be demonstrated off-road for those wishing to obtain an AM, A1, A2 or A (full) motorcycle licence. The power of the motorcycle will vary depending on the level of motorcycle licence you are testing for.