Driver Behavior

The Driver Behavior dashboard details the total speeding over 75 MPH events recorded by vehicles, and the total number of vehicle idle hours logged, across your fleet.

The dashboard also identifies the ten drivers in your fleet with the greatest number of idle engine hours, and the highest number of events that are triggered by driving at speeds higher than 75 miles per hour. The graphs shown on this dashboard are:

Total Idle Time - This line graph displays the total number of engine idle hours recorded across your fleet, or a specified sub-fleet, within the time period specified. Idle time is any time when the vehicle's ignition is "on", but the vehicle is not moving.
Total Speed Events Over 75 MPH - This line graph displays the total number of speeding events over 75 MPH (indicating speeding above the posted freeway speed limit in most US states) recorded across your fleet, or a specified sub-fleet, within the time period specified.
Idle Time - This bar graph identifies the ten drivers who have logged the greatest number of idle engine hours across the fleet, or a specified sub-fleet, within the time period specified.
Speed Events Over 75 MPH - This bar graph identifies the ten drivers who have logged the greatest number of speeding events over 75 MPH across the fleet, or a specified sub-fleet, within the time period specified.

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The title of each trend graph indicates which driver behavior indicators it shows.

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Each blue dot or line in a graph represents the average behavior of a driver in a sub-fleet of the current fleet, or the behavior of individual drivers with the ten greatest number of logged behavior events across the fleet. Hover over any point of the graphs shown in blue to view a tooltip that displays information about the graphed event type and the value logged for it. Similarly, hover over a horizontal line on a bar graph to view a metric tooltip.

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The Fleet Filter and Date Filter indicate which sub-fleet is represented by each graph, and the date range of the graphed data. Click either filter to adjust the fleet or date range graphed.

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Click Print to print all visible charts. Each chart is printed on a separate page. If you have selected the table view for a chart, the table is printed instead of the chart.

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Click the up arrow to expand the graph to full-screen, or the down arrow to restore the graph to its original size.

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Click Table to toggle between chart and table views. The table view is useful if you need to copy data into a text editor or quickly view the raw data presented in a chart.

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Click Export to export the chart as an .xslx format (Microsoft Excel) spreadsheet file.

Filtering the Driver Behavior Dashboard

To specify the sub-fleets to include in the graph, or the date range of the data displayed, use the Fleet Filter or Date Filter located in the upper right corner of the screen:

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Fleet Filter. Click to open the Fleet Filter, then select the sub-fleet, team, or driver to include in the graph. Continue to select fleets to further narrow the target of the dashboard report. When you have selected an appropriate level to filter on, the dashboard graphs update automatically.

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Date Filter. Click to open the Date Filter, then select the date range to show in the dashboard graphs:

Pre-defined filter ranges include:
 

Yesterday
Last 7 Days
Last 30 Days
This Month
Last Month
This Quarter
Last Quarter
Year To Date
Custom Range

As you hover over each option the corresponding dates are displayed in the From and To fields.

If you choose Custom Range, a calendar control opens. Use this to select the start and end dates of your custom date range. Click Apply to update the dashboard graphs.