December 11, 2014

Hazard Perception Wins Road Safety Award

The Hazard Perception components of the theory test won the top prize at this year’s Prince Michael International Road Safety awards.

Research has shown that hazard perception training and testing could account for an 11% reduction in collisions, helping to improve road safety and reducing the number of people killed and seriously injured on Britain’s Roads.

The theory test plays a vital role in making sure that new drivers know the Highway Code and the rules of the road, helping them to drive safely and responsibly and making our roads safer.

The award shows that the hazard perception test ensures that learner drivers can identify risks and apply these skills once they have passed their driving test.

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