As a consistent and objective measure of driver risk, the FICO® Safe Driving score is comprised of variables that evaluate driving behavior across 5 key categories: Acceleration, Braking, Cornering, Distractions, and Speeding. The importance of these categories is not equal. While we cannot disclose specific algorithms, based on empirical analyses we have conducted on millions of trips, we have found that Acceleration and Braking generally have the largest impact, followed closely by other negative behaviors such as Speeding and Distractions.
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- What is Mentor?
- What is the FICO® Safe Driving Score?
- How is the FICO® Safe Driving Score calculated?
- I had a really high FICO® Safe Driving Score and have not incurred any negative events, and yet my score has continued to decline. What’s going on?
- What if I have privacy concerns?
- How secure is the Mentor app and platform?
- I do not see any data in my Mentor app. What could be the issue?
- What do the scores on the Dashboard screen represent?
- What do Good, Average and Poor scores represent in the middle strip of the Mentor app?
- Do I have to keep my delivery device in the same location each time I drive my vehicle?