A typical hazard perception test presents participants with a single-screen view of the road ahead, but this study assessed how increasing this field of view would affect hazard perception abilities. Drivers were shown video clips of driving situations containing at least one hazard either on a single screen, or with the addition of side views on two separate but adjacent screens that extended the perceived worldview to approximately 180 degrees. The results suggest that providing participants with a wider field of view increases their ability to detect hazards.