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There are 7 names in this directory beginning with the letter H.
Hazard
Any possible danger that might lead to a crash
Hazard lights
Flashing orange warning lights found on most vehicles
Hazard perception
Ability to recognise and respond to potentially dangerous situations and react appropriately.
Hazard Perception Test (HPT)
A touch-screen computer test which measures your ability to recognise and respond to potentially dangerous situations and react appropriately when driving. Provisional drivers must pass this test to progress from the P1 to P2 licence stage
Head check
Looking over your shoulder to the left or right to make sure that there’s nothing in your blind spot. Also known as ‘shoulder check’
Heavy Vehicle Drivers’ Handbook
Roads & Maritime publication that explains road rules that apply to heavy vehicles (buses and trucks)
High alcohol hours
Periods of time during the week when alcohol related crashes mostly occur – mostly weeknights and weekends. About 30% of fatal crashes are alcohol related during these hours.
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