Progressing from P1 to P2

A P1 licence must be held for 12 months before you can progress to a P2 licence. In addition to holding the Provisional P1 licence for 12 months, you must also pass a Hazard Perception Test before you are able to graduate to a P2 licence.

The Hazard Perception Test

The Hazard Perception Test is undertaken using a computer touch screen to answer a series of questions. The key purpose of the test is to measure your ability as a driver to perceive and respond to potentially dangerous or hazardous situations. The test will present you with a series of film clips of real life driving situations and ask you what the appropriate reaction will be in each circumstance. The test consists of 15 questions.
Passing the Hazard Perception Test is a matter of experience in perceiving potential hazards on the road. When preparing for the test, it is important that you have a thorough understanding of the following areas:

Upon successfully completing the Hazard Perception Test, you will be able to progress to a P2 licence.