How are Coaching Drivers identified for safety performance events

    Audience Fleet Admins, Fleet Dashboard, Drivers
    Applies To  Fleet Dashboard > Safety 

     

    Introduction 

    Motive automatically identifies coachable drivers based on their driving performance trends. This helps Fleet Managers efficiently coach Drivers without having to sift through individual events.

    How does it work?

    • Video Events (excluding braking): When a Driver generates a critical or high-severity event, the event is automatically marked as coachable if the Driver exhibits behavior that contributed to the severity of the event (e.g.: cell phone usage, distraction, stop sign violation, close following, etc)

    • Braking Events: When a Driver generates a Harsh Braking event at a rate of declaration greater than or equal to 8.66 mph/s or more

    • Speeding Events: When the Driver generates a speeding event where the average speed is at least 6 mph or more over the speed limit for at least 1 minute.

    When a Driver is identified as coachable, the following series of events happen:

    The table below highlights when a Driver is identified as coachable for safety events. Learn more about how Event Severity is defined here.

    Severity of Event  Primary Behavior  Secondary Behavior  Environmental Conditions  Speed  Automatically Coachable 
    Critical or High

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

    - -   No 
    Critical or High

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

       

    75+ mph

     

    No 
    Critical or High

    Collision

    Near Collision

    Possible Collision

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no-passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

    Harsh Braking

    -   Yes
    Critical or High 

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no-passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

    Harsh Braking

      - - Yes
    Critical or High 

    Close following

    Delayed response

    Unsafe lane change

    Distraction

    Drowsiness

    Cell phone

    Seat belt violation

    Ran a red light

    Ran a stop sign

    Failure to Yield

    Passing in a no-passing zone

    Illegal lane usage

    Railroad crossing

    Harsh Braking

      Sensitive zone  - Yes
    Critical or High  - - Sensitive zone  75+ mph Yes

     

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