The hazard perception test is the second part of the overall driving theory test, this follows the theory test questions. It is a set of short videos showing hazardous driver situations on the road. These video are created from a drivers viewpoint.
Candidates are required to watch these videos carefully and scan for and developing hazards seen. There will be at least one hazard for each video, however one of these 14 clips will contain two hazards.
Once a candidate notices a hazard they should respond by clicking a mouse. By reacting early they can score more point per video.
To pass the hazard perception, a score of at least 44 out of 75 is required.