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Safer Driving, Better Coaching, Easier Management.

DriveShield empowers drivers to monitor their scorecard by providing the ability to view events and either self-coach or dispute inaccuracies.

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View Driver Behavior Events (with video)

When an event is triggered, drivers are notified, can watch the event video, and see the impact on their Daily Score.

Dispute Events and add Comments

If the behavior was unpreventable, drivers can dispute the event or contact their coach directly.

Driver Self-Coaching

By giving drivers the ability to self-coach, supervisor involvement can be reallocated to more serious driving behavior rather than easily correctable habits.

Training Courses & Escalated Coaching

If patterns of poor driving behavior continue and involvement of a supervisor becomes necessary, drivers will be enrolled in training courses from within the app. This feature requires an optional LMS add-on.


Scorecard Transparency

Drivers view the same analytics as their supervisors, providing a better understanding of the events impacting their scorecard and the areas where they can improve.

How the Driver Coaching System Works

The Passive Coaching System

- Have Your Cake and Eat it Too -

Let FleetCam reduce the stress of driver coaching by capturing events and attaching video clips to them. Communicate context and video clips with drivers so they see what the cameras saw, know what to correct, and improve on their own without manual intervention. In-cab alerts reprogram bad driving habits, DriveShield empowers drivers toward self-coaching and improvement, while providing a built-in escalation path to management.

In-Cab Alerts

In-Cab Alerts

Automatic audiovisual notifications alert the driver to stop undesirable behaviors in real-time.



Drivers self-coach by reviewing and acknowledging event details and video clips.

Training Courses

Training Courses

Training courses increase safety awareness and improve driving habits.

Escalation to Supervisor

Escalation to Supervisor

Active intervention to hands-on coaching is reserved for the toughest cases.

In-Cab Alerts

  • Audiovisual in-cab alerts, using AI and sensors, automatically tell the driver to stop or correct unsafe behavior in real-time.
  • Real-time in-cab alerts discourage drivers from texting while driving, wake up fatigued drivers, and help enforce no-smoking policies. FleetCam® alerts also let drivers know when they are accelerating too quickly, braking too harshly, making unsafe lane departures, or following a vehicle too closely.
1.4” LCD for visual feedback

1.4” LCD for visual feedback

Built-in speaker for audio feedback

Built-in speaker for audio feedback

In-cab audiovisual alerts
Driver self-coaching with event details and video clips

Driver Self-Coaching

  • Drivers' events are shown to them for review and acknowledgement. Once the event has been accepted, the driver has officially self-coached.
  • Drivers can view the exact details of each generated event, giving them the opportunity to first evaluate it, and then decide to acknowledge or dispute it.
  • By allowing drivers to coach themselves, managers save time by no longer having to review each fleet driver’s daily behavior and habits. Supervisors can now manage-by-exception, only intervening to coach when they see a continuing issue that a driver has failed to correct over time.

In-App Driver Training

  • Drivers who do not improve their driving habits through self-coaching are enrolled in a mandatory interactive training course specifically designed to correct their unsafe driving behavior. These educational yet engaging courses call attention to the importance of improving driver behavior.
  • Once the driver is notified of their enrollment, the driver has 7 days to complete the training course.
In-app driver training addresses prevalent issues
Escalating to a supervisor for hands-on coaching

Escalating Coaching to a Supervisor

  • Hands-on coaching from a supervisor is needed in the event that both self-coaching and training courses have neglected to improve a driver’s behavior over time.
  • In this situation, the supervisor can hold a constructive coaching session with the driver after reviewing and assessing the driver’s detailed history of behavior events and analytics.

Driver Scorecard


Empower Drivers

DriveShield allows drivers to be in complete control of their score improvement by highlighting their strengths and weaknesses on the same analytics chart that their supervisor views. This way, drivers understand their scorecard and can see where they need to improve.

Having access to all activity information (including video) empowers the driver to challenge a penalty or have a not-at-fault incident excused. With this option, a questioned event does not have to affect the driver's score.

See Past Activity

By selecting any day in the past you can view all driver behavior events that occurred as well as that day’s scorecard.

Daily scorecard details
Driver scoring trend over selected date range.

Driver Score Trend

Reviewing their scorecard trends over time allows drivers to visualize improvements and maintain high performance.

Emerging Patterns

Drivers can determine if their driving behavior is getting better or worse by comparing past and recent events that have been generated.

Emerging patterns by driver over time.

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