You’ll need to pass the hazard perception test before you can progress from a P1 to a P2 provisional licence.
The hazard perception test (HPT) is a computer-based test that measures your ability to recognise potentially dangerous situations when driving and react appropriately.
Preparing for the hazard perception test
You can attempt the hazard perception test if you are eligible to progress to a P2 provisional licence
. Practise the hazard perception test on the My Licence website. You will see film clips of real driving situations and will be asked to respond to these situations by clicking your mouse.
To prepare for the test, read the Hazard Perception Test handbook carefully. You should have received one when you received your P1 provisional licence. Copies are available from a Service SA customer service centre
or you can download a copy.Hazard Perception Test book
Booking a test
You can take the hazard perception test at a Service SA customer service centre
, but you must make an appointment first.
Telephone 13 10 84 to make an appointment. You will need to pay for your test booking at this time with a credit card (Visa or Mastercard only).
If you visit a Service SA customer service centre to book your test, you can pay with cash or credit card.
is charged each time you attempt the test.
You can also sit the Hazard Perception test at Adelaide Service SA on Saturdays between 9.00am and 2.00pm, by appointment only.
To book a time call Service SA on 13 10 84 Monday to Friday 8.00am to 6.00pm.
You can take the test in English, Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Croatian, Greek, Korean, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish or Vietnamese.
You'll need an interpreter for other languages. Telephone 13 10 84 or visit a Service SA customer service centre
Pass or fail?
At the end of the test you'll receive a pass or fail result. Pass
- if you pass and you meet all of the other criteria you can apply for a P2 provisional licence
- if you fail you can re-sit the test immediately provided a vacancy is available. A fee
will be charged each time you attempt the test.
More informationOn this siteApply for a P2 provisional licence