In this sample hazard perception test, you will watch a video clips filmed from the driver's perspective. A hazard is something that causes you to take action, like changing speed or direction to avoid a collision. You will have to click every time you spot a hazard in the clips as quickly and accurately as possible.
- The hazard has a scoring window, between when it first begins to develop into a hazard (hazard onset) and when it is too late to response (hazard offset).
- The length of the scoring window can be several seconds long. This is divided into 5 sections. Any responses in the first section of the scoring window score 5 points, responses in the second section score 4 points, and so on.
- Any responses that are made before the onset, or after the offset, do not score anything. If you make more than one response within the scoring window, you receive the points associated with your earliest response.
- However, if you make too many responses in a particular clip then your score may automatically be recorded as zero.
Good luck and have fun!