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The Behavior Tab allows the User to establish a “Score” for each Device and/or Driver (if utilizing the Driver Tab) regarding Speeding, Idling, and Aggressive Driving, as well as an Overall score. You are able to select the date range from which the scores are obtained and an Account Average is listed to compare your devices/drivers against. You can also click on each Device/Driver name for further details regarding that individual device/driver.
How these score are calculated can be customized based on the needs of each client. These settings can be adjusted by going to Settings>Account>Behavior Settings
The first item to be adjusted are the Speed Ranges. There are two types of speeding events: Highway and City. Highway means that the speed limit being broken is 50 MPH or MORE. City means the speed limit being broken is 50 MPH or LESS.*
*City is only available if utilizing the Speed By Posted Limit feature
The Speed score is impacted not just by how many speeding events are being recorded but also the severity of each event. This is customizable as seen below:
Next, *how much impact* those events are going to have on the score will need to be considered. The high number given, the greater the impact on the score. This adjusted using the slider seen in the image below:
When looking at score on the Behavior tab, each score has a background filled in colors from Green to Red. Green indicates a good score, Red would indicate a poor score. Again, this color-coding can be customize for individual client needs.
Lastly, the individual scores (Idle, Speeding, Aggression) are averaged together to produce an overall score. How much weight each individual category carries towards the overall score can also be adjusted.
**The seatbelt category only applies to those accounts that have purchased Seatbelt Sensors. By default this category is set to 0.