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Track Driving Habits to Prioritize Safety


Get a Comprehensive Overview of Driver Performance with Scorecard

Keeping track of important events is crucial for fleet managers to ensure safety and compliance. One way to achieve this is by using a driver scorecard that provides a clear and comprehensive overview of driver behavior based on performance indicators.

The scorecard feature in our system allows fleet managers to:

– Customize the scorecard to reflect the most important indicators for the fleet.

– View the scorecard from both the driver’s and vehicle’s perspectives.

– Assign scores to each driver or vehicle based on the number of driving infractions versus the number of miles driven. – Analyze each infraction that affects the score in detail by drilling down into specific drivers or vehicles.

Customize Your Scorecard to Reflect Your Fleet’s Priorities

The Scorecards feature enables fleet managers to keep track of important events from their drivers and vehicles, such as hard braking, hard turns, hard acceleration, idle time, and speeding. Fleet managers can customize the scorecard by selecting which safety events to include through a slider and assigning an impact rating to each event on a scale from 1 to 3, where:

1 indicates low impact

2 indicates medium impact

3 indicates high impact

Using Scorecards to Spot Areas of Improvement

It’s important that your drivers are always aware of the real hazards associated with risky driving behaviors such as speeding, harsh acceleration, and braking. By using the information provided by Scorecards, fleet managers can prioritize safety, easily spot areas for improvement and incorporate data into driver coaching and safety management programs.

Manage Harsh Events to Reduce Fuel Costs and Maintenance Costs

By using our Scorecard feature, companies can take control of harsh events and easily identify and track driver’s driving habits such as harsh cornering, acceleration, and braking that are caused by drivers and vehicles. Fleet managers can then use this data to make necessary changes that will improve the efficiency of their fleet, reduce fuel costs, and decrease maintenance costs. Our solution helps fleet managers to take control of harsh events, improve driver behavior, and ultimately enhance the overall performance of the fleet.

Securing Your Fleet’s Safety

Scorecards are used to improve driver safety and identify the riskiest drivers in a fleet. This feature is a valuable addition to your fleet’s safety initiatives, as it allows you to assess the safety risk of your drivers. Furthermore, it allows fleet managers to be notified immediately of any safety incidents, allowing them to check on the driver’s well-being and provide assistance as needed. Fleets can protect their drivers’ lives, reduce insurance costs, and increase overall business profitability by using ELD Rider Scorecards.

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How the scores are calculated?

Scores are calculated by taking the following factors into account:

The distance traveled by the vehicle during the reporting period (in miles).

The reporting period’s number of events per each enabled safety event.

The significance of each enabled safety event.


Score = ((Miles Traveled – ((Number of Occurrence for SafetyEvent1 x impact of Safety Event1) + (Number of Occurrence for SafetyEventX x impact of Safety EventX)))/Miles Traveled) x 100

Example: A user has enabled and configured impact for the following safety events:

Event: Hard Turn | Impact: | Occurrence: 10

Event: Speeding (80mph) | Impact: | Occurrence: 2

Event: Hard Brake | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Event: Hard Stop | Impact: | Occurrence: 5

Event: Hard Acceleration | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Event: Idle Stop | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Miles traveled in the period: 500

→ Score = ((500-((10*2)+(2*1)+(4*3)+(5*2)+(4*2)+(4*3)))/500)*100 = 87,2 = 83

Round score to the integer number.

When the distance is 0, leave the score “N/A” and do not calculate the score.