The Safety Score is a composite of four hazardous driving events: hard acceleration, hard braking, hard cornering, and speeding. The composite score takes into account fleet and industry wide averages as well as total distance covered.
KeepTruckin improves fleet safety by monitoring drivers for hard braking, hard cornering, excessive acceleration, and speeding. Fleet managers can see exactly how their drivers are performing with Safety Scores for individual drivers and the overall fleet. KeepTruckin helps you proactively identify and coach high risk drivers, reducing the likelihood of an accident.
- Automatically monitor driver behavior for hard braking, hard cornering, excessive acceleration, and speeding.
- Track your best and worst performing drivers over time with safety scorecards.
- View individual safety event details to identify exactly when and where a high risk event occurred.
How It Works
You can rank drivers across your fleet by hard brakes, hard corners, hard acceleration, and overall Safety Score.
You can select the date filter to view scorecards from previous time periods.
You can see exactly when and where a safety risk event was detected.
How is the Safety Score calculated?
How does KeepTruckin track hard braking, hard cornering, and hard acceleration events?
The KeepTruckin ELD has a vast array of sensors to arrive at the most accurate possible measurement of hazardous driving events. The ELD includes accelerometers, gyroscopes, GPS, speed sensors, and other connections to the vehicle's onboard systems.
How far back can I view past Driver Scorecards?
KeepTruckin never deletes your data. All data collected for Driver Scorecards are stored in perpetuity. However, you will only be able to see information for times where the driver was ELD-enabled.