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Driving behaviour analysis

Successfully managing "how" your vehicles are driven is a key element to managing and reducing your fleet costs
For most vehicles on the market today, the impact of eco-driving vs. aggressive driving on fuel consumption can exceed 30%. Some studies have also shown that average fuel consumption in a fleet of trucks or vans can decrease on average by as much as 7% by implementing the appropriate driving behaviour. Huge savings!

Safer driving is also going to improve your accident rate and help protect your fleet insurance premium.  

How we can help you

You understand the impact driving behaviour can have on your fleet’s running costs. How do you make sure your vehicles are driven according to driving recommendations?

With the help of Frotcom’s driving behaviour module, you will be able to reduce these costs significantly. Monitor how your vehicles are being driven and help drivers improve their driving behaviour. At the end of the day, you will see the results and they will put money back on to your bottom line.

You will know every step of the way how your vehicles are being driven with Frotcom’s Driving behaviour analysis. This module controls accelerations and braking, idling, speeding and in some cases over revving (RPMs) and cruise control usage.

Your drivers will receive a score according to their driving behaviour. This allows you to train, measure, reward and coach your drivers in order to attain maximum driving performance, fuel economy and reduce accident rates.

How it works

Each time a driver accelerates or brakes harshly, an alert is sent to Frotcom's Data Centre.

Additionally, information about speeding and excessive idling (too much time with engine on and no movement) is also collected.
Finally, for most trucks on the market (also some buses and construction machinery allowing vehicle data to be read via the so called CANBus standard), Frotcom is able to extract information about over-revving (excessive RPMs), engine temperature and the use of cruise control.

On many cars and vans we can also extract engine management information to provide actual fuel use and MPG, key information in managing your fuel consumption.
Frotcom then ranks the drivers according to the quantity and duration of these excesses. You can fine tune the ranking criteria by choosing the weight of the variables above in the final calculation.
For each driver and vehicle, you can also inspect and share with the driver, in detail, each driving variable. This will allow you and the drivers to better understand how the vehicles are being used, the typical excesses for each driver and which driving habits need to be corrected.
Using the driver feedback bar, it is possible to give direct and immediate feedback to drivers, resulting in clearer knowledge of acceptable and unacceptable acceleration, braking and idling. This will allow drivers to correct bad driving habits and achieve better scores in Frotcom’s driving behaviour module.
Remember that the difference between good driving (also known as eco-driving) and aggressive driving is a significant reduction in fuel costs, gas emissions, accidents and maintenance.
For better results
To maximise your results train, measure, reward and coach:
  1. Explain to your drivers the need for more economical and ecological driving behaviour; explain the advantages in terms of cost reduction, lower ecological impact, more vehicle uptime and fewer accidents.

  2. Inform your drivers that driving behaviour will be monitored and reported by Frotcom, in order to detect excesses.

  3. Train your drivers in eco-driving; if you do not have the expertise in house, there are several companies specialised in professional driving training we can recommend which can help you.

  4. Check Frotcom’s Driving behaviour module on a weekly or monthly basis and analyse the results.

  5. Place the names of the best drivers (for example the top 5) on an honour board. Consider recognising the best driver or the best drivers with some kind of reward, even if it is symbolic.  Incentivising and creating healthy competition between drivers is a fn

  6. At the same time, help the drivers with the worst driving records by holding one to one meetings to discuss the issues in their driving patterns and the impact they have on fuel consumption, mechanics, gas emissions and risk of accidents. Always be sure to explore the reasons for that behaviour. You do not want to be unfair.

  7. Repeat this every week/month. Register their progress.


​Reduce fuel consumption
Average fuel consumption in a fleet of trucks or vans can decrease by as much as 7% by implementing appropriate driving behaviour.

​Reduce costs
In the end, you will spend a lot less on your fleet in fuel, tyres, maintenance and accident claims/insurance.
Reduce accidents
Some studies find that the impact on the number of accidents is even larger; 70% reductions have been reported.

Reduce wear and tear
By avoiding aggressive driving, your vehicles will be safer from wear and tear, meaning lower maintenance costs and less downtime.
Contact us today and let's get your drivers safer and more profitable for your business