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Risk tags help describe the environment that the driver is driving in and help Fleet Managers understand the context behind a driving event by taking into account factors such as traffic density, road conditions, and visibility, to name a few.
There are multiple safety risk conditions that are divided on the basis of risk factors. Below are the details for each one.
- Snow On Roadway: When there is snow on the road which could obstruct the vehicle’s path.
- Wet Roadway: When there is water on the road due to rain, leaks, puddles, that can cause a vehicle to slip.
- Road Debris: When there are safety hazards on the road such as fallen trees, grocery bags, potholes, puddles, debris, rubble, etc.
- Icy Roadway: When the road is covered in ice and can potentially cause drifting.
- Oil On Roadway: When there is oil spillage on the road that can make driving dangerous.
- No Visibility: If lane-markings are difficult to spot (due to faults in the camera installation)
- Highway: If a vehicle is being driven in outside city areas such as motorways, bridges and tunnels.
- Local Road: If a vehicle is being driven in any populated area such as an intersection, domestic and urban area.
- Parking Lot: If the vehicle is in any dedicated parking area.
- Off Road: If the vehicle is on any unsurfaced roads such as gravel, mud, snow.
- Curved Roadway: When the road has a curved or sharp turn.
- No Visibility: When lane markings are difficult to see (due to adverse weather conditions).
- Rainy Weather: When the visibility is decreased for the driver due to rain.
- Snowy Weather: When the visibility is decreased for the driver due to snowfall.
- Foggy Weather: When the visibility is partially or completely blocked by fog.
- Intense Glare: When the visibility is partially or completely blocked by sunlight glare.
- Pedestrians Nearby: When there is a pedestrian within 10 feet of the vehicle.
- Animals Nearby: When there is an animal within 10 feet of the vehicle.
- Cyclist Nearby: When there is a cyclist within 10 feet of the vehicle.
- Police Nearby: When there is police within 10 feet of the vehicle.
- Uphill Slope: When the road faces uphill. Example
- Downhill Slope: When the road leans downhill.
- Dawn/Dusk: Twilight scenarios where lighting is low or barely visible.
- Nighttime: Extremely low light scenarios where lighting is minimal to not visible.
- Narrow Lane: When the vehicle is on a constricted road without dividers and there is incoming traffic ahead. For example, a one-way road.
- Sensitive Zone: When the vehicle is near densely populated areas such as schools, hospitals, construction sites, etc.
Note: Any incident on the road that causes high-volume traffic qualifies as a sensitive zone.
- Heavy Traffic Zone: When more than two automobiles are in close proximity to the vehicle.
- Light Traffic Zone: When less than one automobile is in close proximity to the vehicle.
Note: Do not consider cars that are already parked.
- Risky Driver Nearby: When there is a nearby driver engaging in moderately risky driving behavior.
- Very Risky Driver Nearby: When there is a nearby driver engaging in dangerous driving behavior.
- Slower Than Traffic: When the vehicle is moving slower than the other automobiles on the same road.
- Faster Than Traffic: When the vehicle is moving faster than the other automobiles on the same road.