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The VVN theoretical traffic exam tests whether the students master the traffic knowledge, have sufficient insight into traffic situations and whether they are aware of the importance of safe traffic behavior. But the practice is just as important. In the period from March to June, many children also ride the bicycle for the VVN practical traffic exam. During the VVN practical traffic exam we therefore test whether they can apply the knowledge and show safe behavior in real traffic. Along the route are volunteers who, on the basis of a checklist, assess whether the students are doing well.

There are many practitioners and stakeholders involved in the National VVN Traffic Exam, which includes schools, teachers, students, (traffic) parents and VVN volunteers.

The first traffic exam was in 1932. More and more cars and cyclists came on the road, causing more and more accidents, which is why the traffic exam was created.


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