The Safety Score evaluates the Driver’s safety performance. This helps Fleet Managers determine whom to coach and what driving behaviors to focus on.
Safety Score Overview
The Safety Score includes unsafe driving behaviors captured by the Dashcam as well as speeding and harsh driving
Note: Included behaviors depend on whether dashcams are installed and if so, the dash cam type. For example: behaviors such as distraction or cell phone usage are not included into the score when only a road-facing dash cam is used. If no dash cam is installed, only harsh driving and speeding behavior is included.
Personalized scores are available after 100 miles of driving data is accrued.
The Safety Score assesses driving performance based on a 4-week rolling window, reflecting the most recent 4-weeks of data.
Drivers are scored based on the volume of safety events generated. Fewer events result in a higher score, with the maximum score being 100.
Drivers are evaluated based on the rate of safety events generated per 1,000 miles driven. This normalized rate makes it easier to compare Drivers and ensures that Drivers who drive more aren’t unfairly penalized.
Scores are updated every Monday.
How are unsafe behaviors weighted in the score?
By default, Motive assigns a weight to each behavior. Unsafe behaviors most likely to cause collisions are given greater weight.
The higher the weight a behavior is, the higher impact the behavior has on the score.