Hazard perception test practice
On January 2015 Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency introduced new computer-generated imagery (CGI) clips that replaced the old filmed clips in the hazard perception part of the theory test.
You can practise the latest hazard perception test with the most recent DVSA CGI hazard perception revision clips here: https://www.theorytest.org/hazard-perception
The changes in the hazard perception test came due to the poor quality of the old filmed clips. The new hazard perception clips show the same situations as the old clips but they have better image quality and include modern surroundings and vehicles.
From practical perspective, the way the hazard perception test works has not changed. The main principles and the pass marks are the same.
Hazard perception clips feature everyday road scenes and contain at least one ‘developing hazard’, but one of the clips features 2 ‘developing hazards’. You should bear in mind that a ‘developing hazard’ is not merely something that requires your attention, but rather something that may result in you having to react to it by taking some action.
Watch this video to gain a better understanding of the new hazard perception CGI clips:
Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency mentioned that in the future CGI hazard perception clips may include situations with vulnerable road users such as children, cyclists and motorcyclists without any risk.
You can find many Hazard perception testing clips from the Internet. Here you can find the best and most accurate hazard perception clips to practise.
Hazard Perception Test
|Licence category||Video clips||Developing hazards||Pass mark|
|Car and motorcycle||14 clips||15||44 out of 75|
|Lorry, bus and coach||19 clips||20||67 out of 100|
|Approved driving instructor Part 1||14 clips||15||57 out of 75|