The Official DVSA Guide to Hazard Perception DVD-ROM
The only official fully interactive hazard perception DVD video for all drivers and motorcyclists, updated to include references to the Official Highway Code.
The Official DVSA Guide to Hazard Perception DVD video
Includes official DVSA video clips to demonstrate how to recognise and respond to hazards
Fully interactive - practice for the hazard perception test with 10 practice video clips
Scores your performance on the 10 clips so you know when you're ready to take your test
Includes references to The Official Highway Code
RRP for this DVD £15.99.
Hazard perception is a vital skill you need to ensure you stay safe on the roads. A key part of today's driving tests, this interactive DVD using the official DSA video clips has been produced to help learner motorists increase their awareness of potential hazards, test their recognition and response to hazards in real time and prepare fully for their theory and practical tests.
From the Driving Standards Agency - the Government body who set the theory and practical driving tests.
PLEASE NOTE: The product only contains 10 Hazard Perception practice clips for use on a DVD player with limited test simulation capability. Only PC software products can fully and accurately simulate the HP test.
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- Fully interactive
- Includes updated references to The Official Highway Code
- Features the official DVSA hazard perception video clips
- Provides feedback on your performance, so you know when you're confident and ready to pass
- Produced by the Driving Standards Agency, the people who set the tests