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post #1 of 4 Old 09-16-2013, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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Speaking of cool MSF resources...

Here is a highly useful rider perception test, I believe this was pointed out on this site before, but it could stand to be posted again here in the Rider Proficiency forum. Personally I find the Collision Traps test to be more engaging but it's good stuff, and you can take it a few times before running into repeat questions. Enjoy and stay sharp out there!

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I scored 17/20 on the collision (I disagree with one answer) & 20/20 on signs.
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Interesting to see how different areas have different road signs, being from Canada/Ontario, some of these signs are never seen here.... sobering

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I've seen tests like this before and they do make you think and are good to take. Yes and the more one travels you'll also find that the sequencing of traffic lights etc is different from place to place ie: left turns before or after through traffic.

What they really do emphasize is that you must always be scanning ahead and adjusting your position based on what is going on, don't get tunnel vision or fixated on an object.
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