List of Key Performance Indicators

The table below is provided only for informational purposes, and contains no user-configurable or editable data. If you would like more information, please contact your Verizon Connect support representative.

When generating dashboard, driver scorecard, and trip data for vehicles and drivers the fleet management system performs calculations using data supplied by vehicles' onboard engine diagnostics, and location data generated using the GPS positioning system. The following table lists a small subset of the KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) used in the platform as part of this process, and information about how they are generated:
 

KPI

Description

Distance

Total distance traveled. Calculated using odometer values reported by the engine. When no odometer values are available, GPS points are used to calculate the distance.

Engine On Time

Total number of hours the engine is used. Calculated using engine time reported by the engine. When no engine time is available, ignition "On" or "Off" statuses are used to calculate the engine hours on the server side.

Drive Time

Total time the vehicle is in motion. Calculated using speed. Speed is sent from the engine diagnostics when available. When engine diagnostics are not available, GPS speed is used.

Heavy Vehicle Fuel Used

Unified fuel usage for any vehicle (heavy or light) over the selected time period. Fuel usage is reported by the engine diagnostics. This KPI is deprecated. Use Fuel Used instead.

Fuel Used

Unified fuel usage for any vehicle (heavy or light) over the selected time period. Fuel usage is reported by the engine diagnostics.

Heavy Vehicle Fuel Efficiency

Fuel efficiency of any vehicle (heavy or light). Calculated using distance traveled and fuel used. This KPI is deprecated. Use Fuel Efficiency instead.

Fuel Efficiency

Fuel efficiency of any vehicle (heavy or light). Calculated using distance traveled and fuel used.

Fuel Used While Idling

Total amount of fuel used while the vehicle was idling. If the vehicle reports fuel usage, this KPI is based on reported fuel usage during idle time. If the vehicle does not report fuel usage, this KPI is calculated based on a fixed value of 0.8 gallons per hour (3.028 liters per hour) multiplied by idle time.

Idle Time

Total time a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Time

Total time a vehicle is idle, when the PTO (power take off) status is off. This is only available on vehicles where the PTO is being monitored by telematics hardware (and installed by certified Verizon Connect technician).

Idle Time %

Percentage of time a vehicle is idle. Calculated by dividing the total idle time by the total engine hours. Also includes the idle time when the PTO sensor is on.

Non Productive Idle %

Percentage of time a vehicle is idle. Calculated by dividing the total idle time by the total engine hours. Does not include idle time when the PTO sensor is on.

Idle Events > 5 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for longer than 5 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Idle Events > 10 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for longer than 10 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Idle Events > 15 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for longer than 15 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Idle Events > 30 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for longer than 30 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Idle Events > 60 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for longer than 60 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Idle Events between 0 - 5 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 0 and 5 minutes.

Idle Events between 5 - 10 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 5 and 10 minutes.

Idle Events between 10 - 15 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 10 and 15 minutes.

Idle Events between 15 - 30 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 15 and 30 minutes.

Idle Events between 30 - 60 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 30 and 60 minutes.

Idle Events between 60 - 1440 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving and the engine is on for a duration between 60 and 1440 minutes.

Longest Engine Time

The longest engine running time on each particular day.

Natural Gas Efficiency

A measure of the fuel efficiency for CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) and LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) vehicles. The unit for this is kg/100 km.

Natural Gas Used

Total amount of CNG or LNG consumed. This is a measure of weight and honors the unit of measure specified in the account settings.

Non Productive Idle Events > 5 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for longer than 5 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Events > 10 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for longer than 10 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Events > 15 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for longer than 15 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Events > 30 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for longer than 30 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Events > 60 min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for longer than 60 minutes. See more information about the idle status threshold below.

Non Productive Idle Events between 0 - 5 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 0 and 5 minutes.

Non Productive Idle Events between 5 - 10 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 5 and 10 minutes.

Non Productive Idle Events between 10 - 15 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 10 and 15 minutes.

Non Productive Idle Events between 15 - 30 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 15 and 30 minutes.

Non Productive Idle Events between 30 - 60 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 30 and 60 minutes.

Non Productive Idle Events between 60 - 1440 Min

Total count of events where a vehicle is not moving, the engine is on, and the PTO sensor is off, for a duration between 60 and 1440 minutes.

PTO On Time

The total time for which the PTO (power take off) is active.

Speed Events > 65 mph

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 65 miles/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 75 mph

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 75 miles/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before  an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 80 mph

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 80 miles/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before  an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 90 mph

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 90 miles/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before  an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 100 mph

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 100 miles/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 105 km/h

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 105 kilometers/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 110 km/h

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 110 kilometers/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 120 km/h

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 120 kilometers/hour. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 75 mph for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 75 miles/hour for a duration of more than 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 75 mph" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 85 mph for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is traveling at a speed over 85 miles/hour for a duration of more than 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 85 mph" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speeding over Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Default: > 10 mph over the posted speed limit

Speed Events > 5 mph over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 5 miles/hour over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 5 mph over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 5 miles/hour over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10 mph over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 miles/hour over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10 mph over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 miles/hour over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10% over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below  the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10% over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 20 % over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20% over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below  the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 20 % over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20% over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events between 6% - 20% over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding between 6% and 20% over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below  the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events between 6% - 20% over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding between 6% and 20% over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events between 0% - 5% over Posted Limit

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding between 0% and 5% over the posted speed limit. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below  the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events between 0% - 5% over Posted Limit with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding between 0% and 5% over the posted speed limit and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Counts the first speed event. Does not count consecutive events. The vehicle's speed must drop below the threshold then rise back above the threshold before an additional event is counted. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.

Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10% over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10% over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10% over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 20% over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20% over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 20% over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 20% over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20% over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 20% over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 5 mph over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 5 miles/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 5mph over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 5 mph over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 5 miles/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 5mph over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 10 mph over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 miles/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10  mph over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 10 mph over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 miles/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10 mph over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.  It is recommended that you usethis KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 10 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 10 km/h over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit for 2 Min

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more that 2 minutes. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used.  It is recommended that you usethis KPI instead of "Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit for 2 Min with Smart Speed

Total count of events when a vehicle is speeding more than 20 kilometers/hour over the posted speed limit for a duration of more than 2 minutes, and the speed is faster than the Smart Speed. Depending on the hardware unit type, either engine diagnostic speed or GPS speed is used. It is recommended that you use this KPI instead of "Speed Events > 20 km/h over Posted Limit with Smart Speed" because it reduces the number of speed events raised when the speed repeatedly goes slightly above then slightly below the threshold.

Hard Acceleration

Acceleration in speed over time. Sometimes called harsh acceleration or "jack rabbit start". Calculating a hard acceleration can depend on the hardware manufacturer. Various methods include: accelerometer, vehicle’s wheel speed, or GPS speed. Hard acceleration sensitivity can vary based on vehicle weight. By default, Verizon Connect has settings for both light duty and heavy duty vehicles, but settings can vary based on the customer's configuration.

Light Duty HA default: 6.8 MPH per 1 second duration.

Heavy Duty HA default: 5.5 MPH per 1 second duration.

Hard Brake

Deceleration in speed over time. Sometimes called harsh deceleration. Calculating a hard brake can depend on the hardware manufacturer. Various methods include: accelerometer, vehicle’s wheel speed, or GPS speed. Hard brake sensitivity can vary based on vehicle weight. By default, Verizon Connect has settings for both light duty and heavy duty vehicles, but settings can vary based on the customer's configuration:

Light Duty HB default: 8.0 MPH per 1 second duration.

Heavy Duty HB default: 6.9 MPH per 1 second duration.

Hard Corner

Acceleration in speed over time while turning the vehicle left or right. Sometimes called a harsh cornering. Calculating hard cornering can depend on the hardware manufacturer. The device must include an accelerometer. Hard cornering sensitivity can vary based on vehicle weight. By default, Verizon Connect has settings for both light duty and heavy duty vehicles, but settings can vary based on the customer's configuration:

Light Duty HC default: 8.0 MPH per 1 second duration.

Heavy Duty HC default: 6.9 MPH per 1 second duration.

Driver Seat Belt Utilization %

Percent of time a vehicle is driving with the seatbelt connected. Duration a seatbelt is worn divided by the driving time per trip. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Seatbelt Warning

Total number of times the seatbelt warning light is active.

Driver Seat Belt Off Events > 5 Miles

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened for more than 5 miles. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Driver Sea Belt Off Events > 10 Miles

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened for more than 10 miles. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Driver Seat Belt Off Events > 35 mph

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (based on speedometer readings) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened at a speed greater than 35 miles/hour. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Driver Seat Belt Off Events > 60 mph

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (based on speedometer readings) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened at a speed greater than 60 miles/hour. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Driver Seat Belt Off Events > 2 Min

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened for longer than 2 minutes. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Driver Seat Belt Off Events > 10 Min

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the driver's seatbelt is not fastened for longer than 10 minutes. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 5 Miles

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened for more than 5 miles. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 10 Miles

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened for more than 10 miles. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 35 mph

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (based on speedometer readings) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened at a speed greater than 35 miles/hour. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 60 mph

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (based on speedometer readings) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened at a speed greater than 60 miles/hour. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 2 Min

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened for longer than 2 minutes. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Passenger Seat Belt Off Events > 10 Min

Total count of events where the vehicle is moving (speed > 5 miles/hour, ignition not required) and the passenger's seatbelt is not fastened for longer than 10 minutes. Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Time in Eco Band

Total time a vehicle is driving within a good economical range (1500 - 2500 RPM). Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

Ecoband Driving %

Percent of time a vehicle is driving within a good economical range (1500 - 2500 RPM). Available only for vehicles with a certain year, make, and model.

High RPM Time

Total time spent driving with high RPM (revolution per minute) violations. High RPM typically occurs when the engine speed exceeds 3000 RPM for a duration longer than 1 second.

High RPM Driving %

Percent of time a vehicle is driving with high RPM (revolution per minute) violations. High RPM typically occurs when the engine speed exceeds 3000 RPM for a duration longer than 1 second.

Airbag Warning

Total number of times the airbag warning light is active.

ABS Warning

Total number of times the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is engaged.

Count of Airbag Deployed Events

Total number of times the airbag is deployed.

DEF Level Warning

Total number of times the DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) level warning light is active.

DTC Events

The number of DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) events that are triggered.

EV Energy Used Motor

The amount of energy used by an electric vehicles' motor.

EV Energy Generated Motor

The amount of energy generated by an electric vehicles' motor.

EV Energy Used HVAC

The amount of energy used by the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems in an electric vehicle.

EV Energy Used Aux

The amount of energy used by auxiliary systems (for example, lights and radio) in an electric vehicle.

EV Energy Used Idle

The amount of energy used by an electric vehicle while idle.

EV Energy Used Recharging (RAW)

The raw amount of electricity consumption that occurs during electric vehicle recharge.

EV Energy Used Recharging

The power used when recharging an electric vehicle battery.

EV Energy Gained Recharging

The gain in battery energy that occurs when recharging an electric vehicle.

EV Energy Lost Recharging

The difference between power used recharging and battery level gained.

EV Recharge Duration

The time duration that electric vehicles spend recharging.

EV Distance In Eco Band

The distance traveled by electric vehicles inside a good economical range (1500 - 2500 RPM).

EV CO2 Savings

The amount of CO2 emission prevented by using an electric vehicle.

EV Power Consumption

The total amount of energy used by an electric vehicle.

Electric Vehicle Efficiency

The electrical efficiency of the vehicle. Calculated by dividing distance traveled by electric vehicle power consumption.

Last Reported DEF Level

The most recent DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fuel) level reported.

Low Tire Pressure Warning

Total number of times that the low tire pressure warning light is active.

Maximum Battery Voltage

The highest battery voltage recorded.

Maximum Coolant Temperature

The highest coolant temperature recorded.

Maximum Oil Life Remaining

The highest oil life time recorded. The oil life time is the time remaining before an oil change is due.

Minimum Battery Voltage

The lowest battery voltage recorded.

Minimum Coolant Temperature

The lowest coolant temperature recorded.

Minimum Oil Life Remaining

The lowest oil life time recorded. The oil life time is the time remaining before an oil change due.

MIL (Check Engine Light) Status

The number of times the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), or check engine light, is active.

Oil Life Warning

Total number of times that the oil life remaining warning light is active.

Stability Warning

Total number of times the Roll Over Protection (ROP) engine control unit or ROP brake control is engaged.

Traction Control Warning

Total number of times the Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) is engaged.

Water in Fuel Warning

Total number of times that the water in fuel warning light is active.

Active Vehicle Count

Total count of vehicles that have moved at least 1000 meters or had an engine time greater than 5 minutes in a single day.

Vehicle Count

Total count of vehicles in your account. Includes both utilized and unutilized vehicles.

Driver Count

Total count of drivers in your account. Includes both utilized and unutilized drivers.

Trip Count

Total count of trips a vehicle makes within a given date range. In most cases a trip starts with an engine on and ends with an engine off. Trips count only if the distance is greater than 1000 meters or the engine time is greater than 5 minutes.

Good Points

Total points awarded to a vehicle or driver for safe driving.

Bad Points

Total points deducted for any driving violations.

Score

Driver or vehicle score. Scores range from 1 - 100, where 100 is the best possible score. The score is determined using a formula based on good and bad points.

Rank

A vehicle's or driver's rank within the fleet or team. Ranks are determined by the vehicle's or driver's score.

 
What is the idle status threshold?

The idle status threshold is the total time a vehicle must be running before the vehicle is considered idle. For example, if the idle status threshold is set to 5 minutes, the idle time calculation is not started until the vehicle is idling for longer than 5 minutes. If the vehicle does idle for longer than 5 minutes, then the 5 minutes is included in the overall idle time. You can find this setting in the Customer Settings dialog box. The default setting is 5 minutes.

Where is the posted speed limit derived from?

Posted speed limits are derived from a database of highway, road, and street segments. Data is collected using multiple sources including local and federal government agencies. This includes posted speed limit data for all Class 1­ - 4 roads. Class 5 roads, which are neighborhood roads, typically do not have precise speed limit data in the core dataset. Therefore, posted speed limits for Class 5 roads are not used.

Sometimes speed limits change and road speed data therefore becomes out of date. Because of this, map data is updated on a quarterly basis.

What is Smart Speed?

Smart Speeds are dynamic road speeds calculated based on a variety of factors, such as average traffic speed, from all traffic on a particular road. If the posted speed limit is incorrect or out of date, Smart Speeds can be a better indicator of the actual speed limit.