Hazard Perception

Before you start the hazard perception part of the test, you will be shown a short video informing you exactly what you have to do.

You will be shown a series of clips on-screen and you must click the mouse when you spot a hazard that starts to develop into a more dangerous hazard.

Example : A car standing still is a hazard but it hasn’t developed into a more dangerous hazard (so you wouldn’t need to click). If the car was indicating to pull off, that has now developed into a more dangerous hazard (the earlier you click the more points you score). If as you get closer the car then pulls off you must click again, as that is now a developing hazard.

To pass the hazard perception part of the theory test you must score a minimum of 44 out of 75 clips correct.

To gain the theory test pass certificate, you must pass the hazard perception part and the multiple choice section of the theory test.

 

 

 

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