Yes, the FICO® Safe Driving Score accounts for the severity of an event, specifically across Acceleration, Braking, Cornering, and Speeding categories. For speeding, the FICO® Safe Driving Score provides contextual insights by comparing the recorded speed against the speed limit across several speeding severity levels. For example, the more excessive the speeding, the lower the score.
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