It would seem possible that VR could be an added test for students to help prepare them for both hazard perfection and their physical driving test.
Transport Minister Jesse Norman is a figure who believes that VR could be an advantage to learners and help to lower the chances of accidents and better prepare them.
How would it work?
It would work by allowing the learner to imagine and feel that they are sitting in the car, this could be used to help them with hazard perception as it will be a real experience and show the instructor’s reaction time and the cautiousness of the driver. Allowing instructors to access what the next lesson can be structured around.
Safe driving, from Britannia!