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Unlock Fleet Excellence with Driver Scorecards

Empower Your Fleet with Data-Driven Coaching

Transforming your fleet's performance starts with understanding the behaviors that matter most. Thanks to state-of-the-art vehicle telematics, accessing the right data is now at your fingertips.

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Driver Safety Scorecards

Scorecards are a way for a manager to improve safety by identifying areas drivers need to work on. Train your drivers on best practices, reduce vehicle wear and tear, and lower fuel costs. You can see the exact ways in which your drivers are being safe or not safe on the road.

Guiding Your Safety Metrics

Driver Scorecards enable managers to assess driver performance by compiling various metrics into an overall safety score. Drivers can regularly monitor their personal scores and rankings, enabling drivers to compare their stats to other drivers. Users can choose from a template or create their own scorecard.

Heavy Acceleration

Monitoring the rate at which vehicles accelerate, with higher rates potentially indicating unsafe driving practices. Analyzing the frequency and consistency of acceleration events over time to identify trends and areas for improvement in driver behavior.


Driver scorecards consider both the maximum speed reached by a vehicle and the duration it spends exceeding posted speed limits, aiding in the reduction of accidents and injuries.

Distracted Driving Events

Tracking instances where drivers are distracted, such as texting or using a mobile phone while driving, eating, smoking, gazing down, drowsiness and more.

HOS Violations

Recording instances where drivers exceed the regulated hours of driving without taking required rest breaks.

DVIR Violations

Documenting instances where drivers fail to conduct or properly complete pre-trip or post-trip vehicle inspections as required by regulations.

Harsh Braking

Analyzing the consistency of braking behavior to ensure drivers maintain smooth and controlled stops, minimizing the risk of accidents, injuries, and wear and tear on tires.

Idle time

Idling shortens the lifespan of engines and poses environmental hazards and health risks from vehicle emissions. Reducing idle time has many benefits including saving fuel and cutting these harmful emissions.

Seatbelt Usage

Seatbelts keep drivers safe in the event of an accident, preventing serious injury.


Monitoring the distance between vehicles to ensure drivers maintain a safe following distance.

Stop Sign Violation: Monitors each time a driver/asset does not come to a full stop at a stop sign.

Stop Sign Violation

Monitors each time a driver/asset does not come to a full stop at a stop sign.

Demystifying Driver Scorecards

Driver scorecards represent a tailored performance evaluation system, leveraging vehicle telematics to assess various driving metrics such as speed, idling, and abrupt acceleration. The primary goal of these scorecards is to monitor risky driving conduct across your fleet and take corrective actions through a comprehensive safety program. Beyond offering a panoramic view of fleet-wide safety performance, they provide valuable insights into individual driver performance.

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A Clear Path to Progress

Safety scorecards zero in on common risky habits, such as speeding, abrupt braking, and rapid acceleration. A robust scorecard should provide data-driven insights for each of these behaviors, presented visually through tables or graphs.

Elevate your fleet's safety standards and performance with precision. Dive into the world of driver scorecards and take the first step towards a safer, more efficient fleet. Explore our resources and discover how data-driven coaching can revolutionize your fleet management.

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