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  • 58   What should you do if the vehicle behind you is following too closely ... Answer
  • 24   In this illustration, which is not a major hazard?... Answer
  • 21   Hot many practice items are there on the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 21   The faster you go:... Answer
  • 20   The HPT aims to reduce the high level of young driver crashes by doing... Answer
  • 20   Which type of hazard is the most unpredictable?... Answer
  • 19   When, where, and in what conditions do most crashes happen?... Answer
  • 19   Approximately what percent of fatal crashes are speed related?... Answer
  • 18   Hazards may include all of the following EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 18   When making a right turn at a traffic light, where do you need to look... Answer
  • 17   To get a sense of how fast driving at certain speeds, you should do al... Answer
  • 16   What hazard perception skill BEST represents this illustration?... Answer
  • 16   What hazard perception skill BEST represents this illustration?... Answer
  • 14   Which percent of accidents involve rear-end collision of two vehicles ... Answer
  • 14   When practicing, the following are good exercises to prepare for the H... Answer
  • 14   During heavy traffic, you do not need to maintain a 3-second following... Answer
  • 13   On the HPT Hazard Perception Test, you should click the mouse or touch... Answer
  • 13   How often should you check your mirrors when driving?... Answer
  • 13   A good scanning routine includes all of the following EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 13   What is the best way to know if you are a safe distance behind a truck... Answer
  • 12   Compared to full licence holders, provisional drivers are over-represe... Answer
  • 12   To avoid crashes, you should do all of the following EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 12   Is this an unsafe following distance if travelling at 60 km/h?... Answer
  • 12   Which is NOT a good way to keep a safe distance to the sides of your v... Answer
  • 12   Which is true regarding following distance to the rear?... Answer
  • 12   What do safe gaps allow you to do more easily?... Answer
  • 12   If you are driving in a 60 km/h zone, how far should you scan ahead?... Answer
  • 12   What is the mail hazard in this illustration?... Answer
  • 12   Which is NOT a good hazard perception skill to deal with the unexpecte... Answer
  • 11   There are three basic hazard perception skills assessed on the HPT. Wh... Answer
  • 11   What hazard perception skill BEST represents this illustration?... Answer
  • 11   How far away from parked vehicles should you drive?... Answer
  • 11   A six second gap at 60 km/h (for turns or entering roadways) is the sa... Answer
  • 11   According to the diagram, what is the time ratio from left to right fo... Answer
  • 11   When turning right in a 60 km/h zone, you need gaps of at least:... Answer
  • 11   About what percentage of provisional driver crashes happen at intersec... Answer
  • 11   In the illustration, which hazard is the most unpredictable?... Answer
  • 10   What factors are involved in total stopping distance?... Answer
  • 10   What does scanning mean in regards to driving?... Answer
  • 10   If you are driving on a freeway at 90 km/h, how far ahead should you s... Answer
  • 10   Roadworks are often slow moving to all of the following EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 9   Who must take the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 9   The HPT Hazard Perception Test is in all languages EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 9   New drivers tend to do more risky activities that increase their risk ... Answer
  • 9   Which kind of clips will be shown on the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 9   To get a sense of vehicle speeds, a good exercise is to ride in the pa... Answer
  • 9   What is the most dangerous road to overtake on?... Answer
  • 9   Why is overtaking a vehicle on a two-way high-speed road dangerous.... Answer
  • 9   When practicing getting a sense of overtaking, watch oncoming traffic ... Answer
  • 8   What is the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 8   What is the best way to developing your hazard perception skills?... Answer
  • 8   Where are crashes most common?... Answer
  • 8   You should increase your normal following distance in all conditions E... Answer
  • 8   What is the three second rule?... Answer
  • 8   Imagine these sections of the highway were merged. Would this be a saf... Answer
  • 8   According to this diagram, where are major blind spots on cars?... Answer
  • 8   What is the main hazard in this illustration?... Answer
  • 7   Which percent of accidents involve vehicles running off the road on a ... Answer
  • 7   What is the problem with speeding?... Answer
  • 7   In order to keep space from other vehicles, which is the least importa... Answer
  • 7   When should you not use the three second rule?... Answer
  • 7   When making a right at a cross intersection (4-way), how many directio... Answer
  • 7   How should you check for motorcyclists in your blind spots?... Answer
  • 7   Going at about 60 km/h, is a 3 second gap (as shown in the illustratio... Answer
  • 6   Which percent of accidents involve vehicles colliding with other vehic... Answer
  • 6   What is a hazard in regards to the Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 6   What do speed limit signs mean?... Answer
  • 6   When driving at night, what should your following distance be?... Answer
  • 6   Is it safe if you make a left turn from a side street onto a main road... Answer
  • 6   A gap is safe where you can turn, overtake, change lanes, or cross an ... Answer
  • 6   Which lane should you use when overtaking?... Answer
  • 6   When overtaking on a two-way highway, what does the light orange in th... Answer
  • 6   In addition to blind spots on the sides, vehicles also have blind spot... Answer
  • 5   Which percent of accidents involve vehicles running off the road on a ... Answer
  • 5   How many times will you be able to see an item on the HPT Hazard Perce... Answer
  • 5   Obeying the speed limits and adjusting your speed to suit the conditio... Answer
  • 5   Approximately what distance should there be between your vehicle and o... Answer
  • 5   If you are turning left in a 60 km/h zone, how much of a gap do you ne... Answer
  • 5   Which statement is false regarding U-turns?... Answer
  • 5   What is the best method to be aware of hazards such as unprotected roa... Answer
  • 5   What should you do in this hazard situation?... Answer
  • 4   Selecting safe gaps when turning, crossing traffic, or changing lanes ... Answer
  • 4   When can you attempt the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 4   What will happen if you fail the HPT Hazard Perception Test?... Answer
  • 4   You should imagine a crash avoidance space around your vehicle in all ... Answer
  • 4   Which type of warning sign is NOT indicated?... Answer
  • 4   Is there enough of a safe gap between your vehicle and the waiting veh... Answer
  • 4   On what kind of road are you most likely to find an Overtaking Lane si... Answer
  • 4   Which of the following are road hazards?... Answer
  • 4   Which is the least common of accidents with motorcycles?... Answer
  • 3   Why is taking the HPT Hazard Perception Test important?... Answer
  • 3   Which percent of accidents involve vehicles colliding with other vehic... Answer
  • 3   Most HPT computers will be touch-screen enabled.... Answer
  • 3   For each of the 15 clips, you will be given instructions and as to the... Answer
  • 3   Which area of your vehicle should you pay closest attention to?... Answer
  • 3   On average, which drivers are over-represented in crashes?... Answer
  • 3   Is it a good idea to travel next to other vehicles?... Answer
  • 3   Safe gaps vary with all of the following EXCEPT:... Answer
  • 3   What is the primary reason why semi-trailers have such large blind spo... Answer
  • 2   Keeping a safe distance from other vehicles allows you to do which of ... Answer