Driving behaviour

Understanding driving behaviour helps you ensure your employees are driving safely and efficiently. We can provide you with visibility of a wide range of driving behaviour metrics across all of your fleet, whether you have cars, vans, or heavy goods vehicles.

Easy to understand

Driving behaviour is summarised in a simple Red-Amber-Green (RAG) scoring system so you can see at a glance whether more rigorous analysis is required.

If you’re colour blind, don’t worry we also include a text-based rating and the size of the RAG indicator also reflect the severity.

Screenshot showing 3 different vehicles with different scores.

This scoring system extends to individual metrics you want to measure, with gauges adding an extra level of detail.

Screenshot showing RAG gauges for different metrics

Behaviour can be monitored daily, weekly and monthly with different targets set for each period. This means you can distinguish between one-off exceptional events and a continuous pattern of behaviour.

Screenshot showing RAG gauges for different periods of time.

Drill down

The system records where and when each event occurs, so you can drill down into the detail if you need to understand how each score is calculated and reports can be automatically e-mails using the analytics module.

Screenshot showing detailed scores for a single metric on a single day


The system is very flexible and can be configured to meet your needs, so you can choose the metrics that are relevant to your business.

For example, if speeding is a particular issue then you can focus on that, however if your sales team are doing a lot of driving then monitoring trip times and distance might be more important.

Screenshot showing a selection of different metrics that can be configured

The type of vehicle can affect driving behaviour. For example a saloon car will typically decelerate at a greater rate than a heavy goods vehicle.

The system allows for levels to be adjusted for each device to allow uniform analysis across the whole fleet.

Screenshot showing detailed configuration settings for excessive engine RPM

A weighting system means you can assign greater importance to serious events. For example, any speeds over 90mph can be given much greater significance than speeds just over 70mph.

And if your organisation has weeks that start on a Friday or indeed any other day, the system can handle that too.

Screenshot showing different weightings for warning and critical levels for a given metric