In addition to negative events, your trip score considers other factors such as trip duration and smooth maneuvering. Even when no negative events are reported, these other factors impact your score. For example, there may not have been sufficient evidence of smooth maneuvering during your trip, or the duration of your trip may not have been long enough to accumulate enough events to earn a higher rating.
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- 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 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?
- I had a very 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?