DVSA Hazard Perception Test


Hazard Perception test.


Developing hazards.

The Hazard Perception test is a series of 14 short video clips to test out your awareness and reaction time to hazards on the road. The clips are of real life, everyday situations. At the start of the test a short introduction video will show you what to do.

Each video clip will contain at least one developing hazard and one of the clips will have two developing hazards. A developing hazard is something that will make you take some action, for example slowing down or changing direction.

The earlier you spot and click the mouse for the developing hazard, the more points you will get.

The images on the right.

These show a developing hazard. You should click the mouse as soon as you see the potential hazard, in this case it's the pedestrian near the bus stop. You should also click the mouse when the hazard develops (in this case it's the pedestrian stepping into the road).

The most points you can get is five points per developing hazard. Click too much in a rythym and it will think you are cheating and give you no points for that clip.


  You can not go back and review the clips after.

  The pass mark is 44 out of 75.




Hazard perception test




A video about the Hazard Perception test.




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