After finishing the multiple choice part, you have a break of up to 3 minutes before you begin the hazard perception part of the test.

To start with you will be shown a short tutorial video. This will explain how the test works and gives you a chance to understand what's involved.

During the test you will be shown 14 film clips lasting 1 minute.

Each clip contains 1 or 2 moving hazards.

You must respond by clicking the mouse as soon as you see the hazard developing.

The maximum you can score is 5 and the lowest is 1 in each clip.

If you score 5 your timing is spot on! If you score 1 more - homework is required!

Remember, to pass your hazard perception part of the theory test, you need to score a minimum of 44 out of 75.

Hazard awareness is a must for safe driving for life.