Hazard Perception Theory Test
There are two parts to completing your HGV theory tests, which involves completing your Multiple-Choice test and then going on to complete your Hazard Perception theory test.
The Hazard Perception Test needs to be completed to ensure that drivers are safe to drive a HGV on the road and can recognise any hazards. As an HGV driver, there are a number of hazardous factors that you need to consider, such as longer stopping distances and larger vehicle lengths to manoeuvre with.
This test involves clicking when you notice any hazards and in order to pass your Hazard Perception, you will need to score 67/100.