No, as long as you don’t answer them. However, if you interact with your phone, such as placing or answering a call, or holding your phone for any reason including to text or use social media, it will be tracked as a distraction event and counted against your score. That’s because any form of phone use – including at stoplights – is one of the most dangerous behaviors to do while behind the wheel.
Articles in this section
- Why am I getting a POOR braking rating when I do not have any negative events?
- What is Telematics?
- What is Mentor?
- What is the FICO® Safe Driving Score?
- How is the FICO® Safe Driving Score calculated?
- Are there any behaviors that will result in a pre-determined trip rating?
- What do I need to do to receive a “great” rating on my trip?
- What constitutes “Speeding”? If I inadvertently pick up speed going downhill or accelerate to pass a car, is this considered “Speeding”?
- What does Smooth Maneuvering mean and how is it triggered?
- What are Mentor’s “Harsh Braking” and “Harsh Cornering” thresholds?