DVSA Hazard Perception 4+

Official DVSA practice clips

TSO (The Stationery Office)

    • £2.49

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Description

Only official Hazard Perception app

Do you want to pass the Hazard Perception part of your theory test?

Or are you an experienced driver or rider and need to brush up on your hazard perception skills?

Then download the only Official DVSA Hazard Perception app, from the people who set the tests.

It’s relevant for all road users!

30 official interactive hazard perception video clips from DVSA, showing a wide variety of environments and road conditions

Receive immediate feedback after each clip to find your score

Review each clip to find out where the hazard was and where maximum points could have been achieved.

Track your progress so that you know when you’re ready to take your theory test

Join the two million happy people who’ve passed using the official DVSA apps

Know what to expect – watch the official DVSA video, which introduces and explains the hazard perception part of the theory test

Please note:
Because of the high quality of the clips, this app will take slightly longer than normal to download.

What’s New

Version 2.4.1

Performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
112 Ratings

112 Ratings

Edmundostudios ,

Not that useful

The videos in the app are quite well constructed however when you actually click on a hazard you also need to press on the screen multiple times in the same section in order to pass. Sometimes even when doing this the taps are not registered.

Usually I did notice these hazards however receive a low score because not all taps were registered correctly. Most of the time it is a single hazard in a 20 second video that required multiple taps when you would think it would be just one tap?

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback and apologies for the inconvenience. Please contact us via esupport@wlt.com and our team will be happy to discuss your case further. Many thanks,
TSO

YorkyG ,

Made by idiots

You had 1 key job: record the taps. Because this a poor hybrid app (basically a web video player in an app wrapper) the app screen wants to scroll. This means if there’s the slightest movement when you tap the screen it doesn’t register that you detected a hazard and instead tries to move the screen; or if your really unlucky it gets treated as a tap hold, highlights the entire screen and puts on the context menu so your following tap doesn’t count either. This is a cash grab in my books, the DVSA paid some very low end developers to make this app, and they obviously don’t care as the issues would be obvious in any QA. Unfortunately the only way to fix this is to totally redevelop the app from scratch with proper developers which the DVSA wont want to do until they’ve fleeeced enough money to pay for it.
Videos are low res, passable in most instance but when on a large screen such as my iPad Pro the night scenes with lens flare from lights are too poor quality.
There’s something like 20 videos here, you’ll be done in an hour.
Useful app for illustrating how flawed the hazard test, ooh look at the big bus it’s been there a while and clearly going to pull out so I’ll tap... what it’s too early I had to wait for it to indicate?

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your response and apologies for the inconvenience. Please contact us via esupport@wlt.com and our team will be happy to assist. Many thanks, TSO

Lanky Darth Vader ,

Useful, but has annoying faults.

The app is easy to use and most of the clips are useful, as they show real-life hazards which could very easily happen to anyone. That’s the point of the app - job done.

HOWEVER, some of the clips don’t score you fairly. Like when I noticed a hazard in one clip before it thinks you can notice it. I ended up scoring 0/5, when I should have gotten 5/5. I literally noticed it too soon. Even though, when you review the clip to see where the hazard was, the read circle (which shows you the hazard) appeared at the same point in the clip when I tapped the screen. I tapped just before the point at which it scores you 5/5, even though I noticed the hazard when it appeared. This is unacceptable, especially from an organisation like the DVSA.

The quality of the clips needs to be drastically improved. One clip shows you driving down a narrow road with trees either side. As you turn a corner, the hazard appears. The quality of the video meant that I couldn’t see it until it was too late - and I have impeccable eyesight. As a result, I scored 2/5 due to the poor quality of the clip.

These faults need to be fixed immediately. After all, you are affecting possible outcomes of people‘s theory tests.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. We add all customer feedback to our development change log and review it as part of our update programme. If you’d like to give us any more information about your experience, please contact us on esupport@wlt.com and we’ll be happy to help you out. Many thanks, TSO

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    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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