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- The hazard perception test assesses a driver's ability to recognise threats and avoid hazards.
- The test is required for car licences, not motorcycles or heavy vehicles.
- You must pass a hazard perception test to book a practical driving assessment.
- The hazard perception test is free and if you fail, you can try again immediately.
About completing a hazard perception test
If you have a novice learner or L1 licence you can sit the hazard perception test (HPT) up to 3 months before your provisional test date.
If you are a non-novice learner or converting an overseas licence, you can sit the HPT straight after you pass the learner driver knowledge test.
You will have 45 mins to complete the test, but most people only need 20 mins. It is a good idea to allow an extra 5 to 10 minutes to go through the instructions and complete the practice questions.
Once passed, the test result remains valid for 12 months. If you do not pass your practical driving assessment within this time, you will need to pass the HPT again.
How to complete
What you need to complete
You must have:
- access to a computer, phone or other personal device, and
- your date of birth details, Tasmanian learner licence number or client ID number.
Can I complete?
- be at least 16 years old, and
- hold a current Tasmanian learner driver licence and your provisional test date is no more than 3 months away, or
- be transferring your overseas driver licence and have passed the learner driver knowledge test.
Proving your identity
You do not need to prove your identity.
How much it costs
There is no cost associated with this service.
There is no payment required for this service.
Please visit Plates Plus or the HPT Frequently Asked Questions for more information on completing a hazard perception test.