How does Motive determine if a safety event is coachable?

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

     

    Answer

    1. For video safety events, if there is a critical or high-severity event and at least one of the following behaviors is present, it is coachable:

    • 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

    For example:

    • A driver generates a close following event lasting 2 minutes, traveling at a speed of 65 mph with multiple other vehicles around and a time-to-hit value of 0.3 seconds.
    • A driver generates a cell phone usage event lasting 1 minute at a speed of 65 mph while also conducting an unsafe lane change on a crowded 6-lane highway.
    • A driver generated a braking event decelerating at a rate of 10 mph/s.

    2. Speeding events are coachable 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.

     

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