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Track driver behaviors with our harsh events data


Simplify expense management

Identify significant events with the Scorecards feature and make changes to improve fleet efficiency. Some key indicators this feature offers are identifying speeding, hard braking, idle time, etc. By analyzing the data we provide, fleet managers can work with drivers to improve safety by tracking important events and spotting areas of improvement. This ultimately results in reduced costs and improved vehicle health.

Improved driver behavior

Increased safety

Better use of resources

Monitor and manage safety events

Set up safety events according to your preferences and identify high-risk drivers to ensure both your drivers and everybody else on the road remain safe. Decide which safety events you want to take into account and determine the impact of the safety event, and we’ll do the rest. LionEight ELD provides a clear overview of high-risk drivers and helps you organize your fleet safety more efficiently.


of fleet safety level was increased with scorecards.


of roadside accidents were reduced thanks to the scorecards.


of a vehicle’s fuel efficiency is impacted by driver behavior.

Reduce accidents risk. Improve road safety

Improving road safety is a high priority for all fleets. LionEight Scorecards feature provides a clear and understandable overview of driver behavior based on performance indicators, allowing fleet managers to use data to improve driver coaching and safety management programs. By monitoring and tracking driver behavior, managers can identify areas for improvement and provide targeted coaching and training, resulting in safer driving practices and fewer accidents.

Make a change! Coach your drivers and keep them safe

LionEight Scorecards feature enables fleet managers to oversee safety events, helping them to reduce the risk of accidents, enhance fleet productivity, and minimize expenses. Having insight into these events will provide good material for additional driver coaching. Finally, this leads to improved road safety, making this feature a valuable asset for fleet management.

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How the scores are calculated?

Scores are calculated by taking the following factors into account:

The distance traveled by the vehicle during the reporting period (in miles).

The reporting period’s number of events per each enabled safety event.

The significance of each enabled safety event.


Score = ((Miles Traveled – ((Number of Occurrence for SafetyEvent1 x impact of Safety Event1) + (Number of Occurrence for SafetyEventX x impact of Safety EventX)))/Miles Traveled) x 100

Example: A user has enabled and configured impact for the following safety events:

Event: Hard Turn | Impact: | Occurrence: 10

Event: Speeding (80mph) | Impact: | Occurrence: 2

Event: Hard Brake | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Event: Hard Stop | Impact: | Occurrence: 5

Event: Hard Acceleration | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Event: Idle Stop | Impact: | Occurrence: 4

Miles traveled in the period: 500

→ Score = ((500-((10*2)+(2*1)+(4*3)+(5*2)+(4*2)+(4*3)))/500)*100 = 87,2 = 83

Round score to the integer number.

When the distance is 0, leave the score “N/A” and do not calculate the score.

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