The Hazard Perception test is a part of the theory exam. It requires you to view 14 hazard video clips on the computer screen of approximately one minute each. You are required to watch these clips as if you were the driver. There will be 15 hazards to find -- at least one on each clip. However, one clip will have 2 hazards.
Watch 14 video clips. Click whenever you think you can see a developing hazard (one or two in each clip). Unlike the practice tests, here you can click anywhere on the video. For every click, you’ll see a flag icon appear below the clip. The speed at which you click the mouse button as a hazard develops will determine your score for that particular hazard clip. You only get points when you spot the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen.
A developing hazard is something that may result in you, the driver, having to take some action, like changing speed or direction.
This Hazard Perception practice test is made possible with the help of the J Utah project.