On Administration > Account > Driving behavior, you can configure a set of parameters to fit the Driving behavior score to your company best:
This setting is the minimum mileage driven by a vehicle that Frotcom will consider for the calculation of the Driving score.
Have in mind that if you enter values too low for the minimum mileage, you may not have enough driving behavior data from some of the vehicles to draw any reasonable conclusions. Mileages below 20km (12 miles) are not recommended at all. Ideally, always work with mileages of 100km (62 miles) or more.
Display absolute values
If you set this option to Yes, Frotcom will use the absolute number of occurrences for the calculation of the Driving score. Leaving this option as No, the numbers will be presented relative to 100km.
For instance: a driver has driven 200km with 10 occurrences of High speed acceleration. With this option marked as Yes, the number considered for the calculation will be 10 (absolute); if the option is marked as No, the number will be 5 (relative to 100km).
Use customized score
Your company may want to have different weights for the variables used to calculate the Driving score.
With the customized score, it's possible for you to give each variable a specific weight, from 0 to 100%, and with that to have a different final score for the driving behavior.
When you mark the option Use customized score as Yes, you will see all the variables used for the calculation of the Driving score with a slider for each one of them:
You just need to drag and drop the slider of each variable to the weigh you wish - or even drag it all the way to 0% to not consider this value at all.
If you leave this option as No, Frotcom will use its own formula to calculate the Driving score.
One thing to note, however, is that the Driving behavior report is always generated with Frotcom's standard score, even if a customized score is defined.