The aim of this study was to compare the relationship among peripheral vision, simple reaction time, and choice reaction time in expert and novice drivers. Fifteen certified drivers and 15 novice drivers participated in the present study voluntarily. Peripheral vision, simple reaction time and choice reaction time of drivers were measured by Vienna Testing System. One-way analysis of variance, Pearson correlation test and linear regression tests were used to analyze the data. The results showed that there was a significant difference in peripheral vision, simple reaction time, and choice reaction time between experts and novices; in which experts in these abilities were better than novices. The peripheral vision of expert drivers was correlated with simple and choice reaction time in correct performances. Examination of the slope of the regression line also showed that peripheral vision can predict simple and choice reaction time in expert drivers. Therefore, it is recommended to use these tests to evaluate peripheral vision abilities, simple and choice reaction time of expert drivers to select national team athletes, and even for driving tests to select suitable drivers.