Recently we have developed an innovative hazard perception training methodology, the Act and Anticipate Hazard Perception Training (AAHPT) that exposes young-inexperienced drivers to a large variety of traffic-scene movies. Trainees are asked to act (i.e., respond) each time they perceive a hazard. Trained and untrained young-inexperienced drivers, as well as experienced drivers were tested on 58 short video clips of hazardous situations and were asked to respond each time they detected a hazard. Finally, all drivers observed six traffic-scene movies and were asked to categorize them according to the similarity in their hazardous situations. In general, the trained young-inexperienced drivers were more aware of potential hazards than the untrained control group. Conclusions and implications of the categorization task are discussed.