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The Hazard Perception Test is one of the more difficult tests to master, especially when you’re upgrading from learner licence to P1 licence. But difficult doesn’t mean hard to pass. Not with our free online HPT tests designed to help you prepare right.
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Prep well with our online HPT practice questions, and you’ll be in the best position to sit and pass the VIC HPT. So, keep practising and get yourself ready to take on the road.
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The Hazard Perception Test assesses your ability to recognise and respond to potentially dangerous driving situations. It is a computerised test which shows you 28 video clips of approximately 30 seconds in length of various driving situations. These situations are related to other drivers/vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. You are required to click (or not click as the case may be) to respond to the potential hazards shown.
To move from a Learner Licence to a P1 licence, you need to pass both the HPT and your driving test.,/p>
VIC residents must be at least 17 years and 11 months of age before being eligible to sit the HPT. You must also hold a current Learner’s Permit.
If you fail the test, you can only retest once more on the same day. You’ll have to try at another time if you fail again. The test results are only valid for 12 months. If you don’t pass your driving test in this period, you will need to retake the HPT.
Tests are done at a VicRoads Customer Service Centre. You can find one close to you here. You will need to book the HPT VIC test online. You are also required to make payment for the test at the time of booking online using a credit card.
You can also book the test by phone (and make payment with a credit card as well) or by visiting a VicRoads Customer Service Centre. If you visit the centre, you can pay by cash, debit or credit card and cheque.
Make sure to review all you need to take with you to the test. If you forget anything (like your driving logbook if you’re under 21 or your learner’s licence), you will not be allowed to sit the test. Plus, you will also forfeit your test fee. Therefore, you will need to make another appointment and pay another HPT fee.
The HPT is designed to test how you would See, Think, and Do on the road. Practising the HPT helps you to:
You will be using clips of real driving scenarios so you can better learn how to react on the road as well as to respond on the test.