Real-time Citizen feedback on any commercial vehicle
Captures feedback at a point in the vehicle delivery journey.
Helps reduce road safety risk and accident rate.
- Delivery Vehicles
- Taxi and Ride Share
- Commercial Fleets
- Any Branded Business Vehicle
- Contractor Vehicles
Immediate Alerts to Fleet Management
By the Public via Their Cell Phone
– Bad parking, speeding, tailgating, texting, attitude etc
Bad Driver Behavior is Expensive
Fleet vehicle accidents are among the most expensive injury claims for business. In fact, the average cost of a loss related to fleet vehicle accidents is approximately $70,000, which is almost twice the cost of the average workplace injury.
Automotive Fleet Magazine – 2013.
What is the Program and How does it Work
…and What is the Future
What is it?
How’s My Driving? helps commercial vehicle drivers become more aware of their driving style by requesting the public to call a freephone number to deliver feedback on that driver and their road behavior. The hotline number is displayed on a large sticker. The number is accompanied by a simple question, “How’s My Driving?”.
How Does it Work?
When people call that number, they are put through to a safety hotline known as a driver monitoring program. The goal of the program is to reduce the number of vehicle crashes, and any other data that comes from the reports is a bonus. The feedback is logged and then passed to fleet management, and to the specific driver.
How’s My Driving – The Future
Improve Response Rates and Accountability – in Real-Time
Changing the Vehicle Signage
To Include 3 Other Feedback Methods
New How’s My Driving – Working with Telematics
Opiniator Notifies in Areas Telematics Does Not
Telematics is a computer that is located within a vehicle and logs driving and vehicle operations. The gathered information includes everything from speeding, idling, monitoring of fuel use, and low tire pressure. This information can save maintenance costs and improve fuel efficiency by delivering driving habits.
Opiniator Reports On:
- Bad Parking
- Near Misses
- Poor Driver Conduct
- Driver Threat
- Texting While Driving