The GreenRoad Safety Score measures the number of driving safety events normalized to the driving time, and represents the level of driving risk for a driver, trip, depot/location, or overall fleet. The higher the number of events generated during a given amount of driving hours, the higher the Safety Score and the higher the driving risk. A safety score of 0-20 represents a “green” level driver; 21-50 represents a “yellow” level driver; and 51+ represents a “red” or high-risk driver. In many organizations, the GreenRoad safety score becomes the primary way that managers and drivers alike discuss safety and driving performance.
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