Your Automatic Drive Score is our way of figuring out the best way to help you drive more safely. Our platform examines driving behavior, driving habits, and external factors like weather and traffic, then offers feedback to improve your driving.
Contributions to Your Score
Weather and traffic are contributing factors to your score to create a more complete, contextually accurate picture of your trips and driving history.
Automatic can detect when you apply more force than normal, so your score takes hard accelerations and decelerations into account. There are various reasons of why to avoid this behavior, including fuel efficiency and break damage, but it is also not as safe as steady, gradual changes in speed.
Time & Route
Different types of roads, frequency of use, and time of day can impact your score, as they represent an important component of your total driving exposure.
Glossary of Terms
A road visited a couple of times per week.
Full Day of Driving
An average of 8 hours of driving per day in a week.
Acceleration from 0-20 in 3 seconds.
Deceleration from 20-0 mph in 3 seconds.
Roads where the posted speed limit is greater than or equal to 45mph.
Rain or Snow
Drives that last more than 1 hour.
Driving between sunset and sunrise in your local timezone, based on your latitude and longitude.
Roads where the posted speed limit is less than or equal to 30 mph.