Safe driving is essential for you and for other traffic members. It could save lives and painful emotions. Therefore be careful and do not over exaggerate your capabilities and skills, pay great attention to theory test practice and learn Highway Code carefully.
The fact you have obtained driving license doesn’t change anything because new drivers are more often involved in accidents than experienced drivers. Especially traffic accidents are likely to happen during the first months after passing a driving test. It has been proven that drivers who have taken have taken hazard perception training have much better road and hazard perception skills.
Hazard perception test is one part of DSA theory test. If you practice carefully you can learn all hazards in clips you will be showed in official DSA test but it doesn’t mean at all that you will be able to react appropriate and manage hazardous situation on the road. It just mean you have learned and memorized the specific clips. Due to this we congratulate DSA decision not to provide access to theory test questions and hazard perception tests for learners. We consider it as a great step for safe driving provision.