What is a Driver Scorecard and how is it measured?

What is a Driver Scorecard and how is it measured?

The safety score is a weighted average of the following indicators of risky driving behavior: hard braking, rapid acceleration, sharp turns and speeding. The score is determined by the severity of the incident and the duration. The score is also influenced by the driver’s total driving time. Drivers who drive for more than the recommended hours will have a lower score overall. A score above 67 is considered safe. A score below 33 is risky and requires immediate attention.

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