The hazard perception test consists of 14 video clips, each approximately one minute in length. In each clip there are a number of driving situations involving other road users as seen from a car driver’s point of view. In each clip there are various hazards, something that will cause a driver to change speed, direction or stop.
There are 13 clips having one hazard to identify and in the other there two. You will not be told which of the hazard perception test clip has two hazards. To identify the correct hazard or hazards you need to click on either the left or right mouse button. The earlier you can identify the correct hazard or hazards the more you score. The scoring is from five to zero points.