Join 5 million drivers who learnt using our driving theory test apps! Prepare for your UK Hazard Perception test with this easy to use application featuring 80 DVSA LICENSED and unique Hazard Perception Revision Videos:

*** 80 Unique Hazard Perception Test Videos ***

CGI and real-life HPT videos made by the DVSA plus 36 extra clips only available here. All videos include interactive scoring with full explanations.


Cheat detection software checks whether the way you respond could be flagged as cheating in the real test.

*** Track your Progress ***

Records your progress so you can see how you’re doing and when you’re ready to pass.

*** Professional Explanations ***

Every video explains what you need to know and how to improve your score

*** Need Help? ***

Contact our UK-based support team at


This app is designed for learner car drivers who need to practice for the UK DVSA driving theory test in order to obtain a driving license.

* Crown Copyright material reproduced under licence from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency which does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the reproduction. Deep River Development is a limited company based in Cambridge, UK.

What’s New

Version 12.3

- 1 Jan 2021 DVSA LICENSED revision materials
- Free version - Try before you Buy!
- 80 DVSA LICENSED and Unique HPT videos
- Highway code! Minor bug fixes
Questions or comments? Let us know through our in-app support or via
And don't forget to rate the App! It won't rate itself you know :)

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
617 Ratings

617 Ratings

Manfa86 ,

Great for HP Practice!

Used this app to practice for my PCV hazard perception. Lots of variety and remarkably similar to real test. One of the official clips on the app came up in my test! After practicing all of these videos I passed my HP first time.

x1nTruDeR ,

I wouldn’t pass with this.

Looking at this app which was an advertisement from the other Motorcycle Theory Test app from this company, I decided to give it a try - waste of time. Not only is there no sound on the TWO videos it allows you to practice on before spending more money to upgrade to the full version, the videos are void in the first place. Video one has a cyclist turning right, of course that’s a hazard. Click. After that, the car drives down the road with nothing else to look out for. Video two starts with you turning right down a one way street and as you turn into it, there’s a large transit van coming the opposite way. Click. Wrong??? Two other vehicles to watch out for, clicked them both, correct for a change. Then NOTHING ELSE HAPPENS and I lose points?? And to top it all off, when you’re stressed because you’ve spotted the only hazards there, it doesn’t even let you review your video properly. Yes, it shows which ones you’ve clicked correctly, but there’s no help when you could’ve possibly noticed that one and pressed there? There’s no guide after the video to show you which ones you’ve missed...
I thought these apps were meant to help young folk get ready, revise and practice before spending money in the real world on the real test. If that’s the case then stay clear of this one. Absolutely useless.

Developer Response ,

Hello. We’re really sorry you didn't find the app useful. Regarding the videos, the app contains DVSA practice videos, which include the same types of hazards and scoring as the test videos. We only give two videos in this app as it is a trial app to help you decide whether you want to buy the full version. If you have any other questions or comments we’d love to hear them. You can contact our UK-based support team at Best of luck for your test!

Mollrub ,

Not very good

I have used other apps for hazard perception and was getting used to them from seeing them before. I decided to try this app hoping they had different videos. Firstly, only two videos are free and one of them is a copy from another app but I also repeatedly got told I reacted wrongly to the video and would get awarded 0 points. I know that I was near the hazard every time and I only clicked a maximum of 5 times? I would not recommend this app!

Developer Response ,

Hi and thanks for getting in touch. If you click too many times or in a pattern when responding to a hazard, you will score 0 for that video. The same thing applies in the real test. Our advice would be to click only when the hazard develops. I.e. when something changes significantly. Typically, you should click 2-3 times per hazard and no more. If you want more help, please contact our UK-based support team at

In-App Purchases

Hazard Perception Test 4 in 1
80 videos, Case studies, Signs

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