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Passing the Hazard Perception Test is just a matter of the right preparation. That’s why we make the preparation process easy for you to pass on your first attempt. Our free HPT practice tests are just what you need to take control in the HPT SA.
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The Simple Process to Pass the HPT SA
You’ve practised and you’re in a better position to be safe on our roads. So, get ready to upgrade your licence and take on the road. Book the SA HPT and sit the test.
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The Hazard Perception Test is a requirement to progress from learner’s permit to P1 provisional licence (or from P1 to P2 if you got your P1 before July 2014). It is a computerised test administered by the Southern Australia Department of Planning, Transport, and Infrastructure.
It tests your ability to identify and respond to potentially hazardous situations on SA’s roads. The aim is to reduce crashes and other accidents, especially encountered by newer drivers. The test is administered by showing you video clips of real traffic situations for you to respond. The vintage point from the clips is that of the driver.
Persons with a Learners Permit can attempt the HPT in order to move to the next stage – the P1 provisional licence. (Some P1 holders may be required to take the HPT as well).
Persons who live more than 100 km from a test centre or on Kangaroo Island are exempt from having to pass the HPT. You’ll need to submit a waiver request.
The tests are available in different languages, and an interpreter can be provided if it’s not in the language you need. (You’ll need to make arrangements with the test centre before the day).
for the test at the time you make the appointment. So, make sure you have a credit card and your Learner’s Permit number ready if you call in to make the appointment. At the Service Centre, you can pay in cash, credit, or debit card.
If you fail the HPT, you can resit immediately, if there is a vacancy at the centre.
Firstly, passing the HPT is not easy. Even with your driving experience, you still need to know beforehand what to expect on the test.
Secondly, you have to pay each time you sit the test. So, it just makes sense to prepare well so that you won’t have to do a resit.
One of the ideal ways to ensure that you’re ready for the test is by practising the HPT online using our free practice quizzes.