Trip Score Overview
Every trip you take with Fleetio Drive is scored on a scale of 1-100. Your trip score is based on your driving habits over the distance and duration of your drive. Only information collecting during an active trip is considered in your trip score.
What goes into a trip score
Each trip starts at a score of 78 which is considered average. Drivers can increase or decrease their score based on how well they drive and for how long. A trip scored in in the high 80s or low 90s is considered excellent.
Driving events such as speeding, phone usage, hard braking and aggressive acceleration are measured throughout your trip. The occurrence and severity of those events is then compared to the total distance and drive time (duration) of that trip to calculate the trip score.
NOTE: In general, a trip with a duration of one hour without any driving events would score close to 100. With shorter trips, it will be harder to achieve a high score. This is because there usually isn’t enough time or driving data to accurately give a high trip score.
TIP: Learn more about driving events in the Driving Events Definitions article.
Where You’ll See Your Score
A Trip Score is recorded with other trip information in Fleetio.
As a Driver, you’ll see trip scores both in your Fleetio Go mobile app and in the Fleetio web dashboard. You will also receive a push notification when scoring is complete (if push notifications are enabled).
To view trip scores in the Fleetio Go mobile app, tap “My Trips” from your Dashboard. A list of all the trips you’ve taken will appear with a score.
You can click on each trip to see where you went and how you drove.
To view trips on the Fleetio web dashboard, login to your Fleetio account.
Average Score is simply the average of your trips over a certain timeframe:
Average Score = (Score 1 + Score 2 + Score 3) / Total number of trips in a timeframe
Where Managers and Admins will see Average Scores
PERMISSIONS: Owners, admins and managers with “View all trips” permissions will see average scores for every driver throughout the Fleetio web dashboard.
Average trip scores are listed in the Driver Summary Report:
A Driver Score is simply a the average of all of a driver's trip scores over a select time period.
Where Drivers will see their Average Score
Drivers can find their average score over the last 7-days in Fleetio Go on their Driver Scorecard:
Managers and administrators will see Driver Scores on the Driver Leaderboard, found in the menu on the left of the Fleetio Web App. Driver Scores are used to rank Drivers based on their performance.
NOTE: When two or more Drivers have the same score, Drivers with greater driving distance will be ranked higher than others with the same score.
TIP: You can control access to driving data for your entire fleet with Users and Permissions. Learn more in How to add Drivers to Fleetio.