UKDriveTest has a license agreement with the DVSA (people who set the Official Theory Test) to use the questions from the DVSA question revision bank. The hazard clips we use have also been provided by the DVSA.
Also, our mock tests use the same scoring system used at the DVSA, which will prepare you for the real test.
Approved Driving Instructor (or ADI) test is for a trainer of car driving who has been tested and registered by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). To become an ADI you must complete three qualifying tests. Part one tests your theory knowledge, part two tests your driving ability and fitness, and part three tests your ability to instruct learner drivers. The qualifying examination is in three parts:
The theory test is the first of three tests you will need to pass before you can register as an ADI. It is made up of two elements which includes a set of multiple choice questions and a Hazard perception test. We offer multiple choice questions from the theory test question bank, with answers and explanations, dealing with topics such as: alertness, vehicle safety and handling, safety margins, hazard awareness, vulnerable road users, motorway rules and rules of the road, road and traffic signs, documents, accidents, and vehicle loading.
The complete guide to hazard perception with an interactive hazard perception test practice zone with a total of 25+ hazard practice video clips.
It also comes with practical information and advice, including hazard perception video clips and multiple choice questions for each vehicle type and links to useful websites.
Hazard Perception is a critical part of the DVSA Theory Test. You must pass both the multiple choice and the hazard perception part of the theory tests. We have the Official DVSA Hazard Perception Practice Clips that have been provided by the DVSA.
The test was introduced in 2002 and updated in 2015 with computer generated clips replacing the live action videos
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