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Bad habits

The list of bad habits contains the setting for registering violations based on the events of safe driving, taking into account weather conditions and geofences.

Violations linked to bad driving habits are displayed in the “SafeDrive: Driver Rating” and “SafeDrive: Violation Details” reports. If the list of bad habits has not been filled out, the default list of bad habits will be added and activated when the “Safe driving” service is enabled.

In the «Administration» section, open the «Bad habits» tab. A window will open:

Bad habits

To add a bad habit, click on the “Add” link. A window will open:

Habit adding

General

«Active» – stop / start checking events.

«Name» – name of the habit.

«Number of points» – enter the number of points given to the driver or to the vehicle for the violation.

«Take into account the duration of the violation» – check / don't check the duration of the violation.

«Minimum duration of the violation» – how long can a violation persist before it is recorded. Possible values: from 0 days, 0 h, 0 min, 1 sec to 99 days, 23 h, 59 min, 59 sec. Default value – 30 sec.

The option “Take into account the duration of the violation” is not displayed for the following events:

  • Short-term exceeding of maximum speed limit
  • Short-term exceeding of allowable speed limit
  • Positive acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Negative acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Lateral acceleration threshold exceeding
  • Allowed turning speed exceeding
  • Maximum turning speed exceeding

Calculation of penalty points:

  • There is only one event in the habit:
    • Duration of the violation divided by the minimum duration of violations, discard the decimal part of the result and multiply by the number of penalty points, add up all the violations for this event.
    • For example, (35/10+25/10)*100=(3+2)*100=500
  • There are several events in the habit:
    • The duration of a one-time violation for several events divided by the minimum duration of violations, discard the decimal part of the result and multiply by the number of penalty points.

«Description» – enter the description of the violation.

«Group» – select the group that the habit belongs to.

«Category» – select the category that the habit belongs to.

«Select VH» – selection of vehicles to control bad habits. Click on the Select VH link. Select one or a group of vehicles. If no vehicle or group is specified, bad habits are controlled for all vehicles.

Events

Select events from the list. Click on the “Add event” link.

Specify the parameters for reporting a violation.

Possible events:

  • Exceeding the permissible speed limit. The value of the maximum allowed speed can be set in the vehicle profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • “Exceeding the speed threshold, km/h” - enter the value of speed by which it is allowed to exceed the maximum allowed speed without a violation being recorded
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time for which it is possible to exceed the maximum allowed speed without a violation being recorded
    • Average speed threshold, km/h - enter the average speed value. If the average speed is less than the specified value, the violation will not be recorded
  • Exceeding the maximum speed limit. The speed limit value can be set in the vehicle profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Exceeding the speed threshold, km/h - enter the value of speed by which it is allowed to exceed the speed limit without a violation being recorded
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time for which it is possible to exceed the speed limit without a violation being recorded
    • Average speed threshold, km/h - enter the average speed value. If the average speed is less than the specified value, the violation will not be recorded
  • Movement with headlights off. The headlight on/off sensor connects to the terminal's universal input. The headlights on or off status is determined by taking into account the “Inversion of the input signal” (see Terminal user manual. “Universal Inputs”)
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time for which it is possible to drive with the headlights off without a violation being recorded
  • Movement with unfastened seatbelts. The seatbelt sensor connects to the terminal's universal input. The seatbelt status is determined by taking into account the “Inversion of the input signal” (see Terminal user manual. “Universal Inputs”)
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time for which it is possible to drive with no seatbelt without a violation being recorded
  • Short-term exceeding of maximum speed limit
    • Instantaneous speed threshold, km/h - when this value of speed is reached, a violation will be recorded
  • Exceeding the positive acceleration threshold. The value of the positive acceleration threshold is set during the configuration of the terminal using the Omnicomm Configurator program (see Terminal user manual. “Driving safety control”)
    • Acceleration threshold, m/s2 - enter the value of acceleration by which it is possible to exceed the positive acceleration threshold without a violation being recorded
  • Exceeding the negative acceleration threshold. The value of the negative acceleration threshold is set during the configuration of the terminal using the Omnicomm Configurator program (see Terminal user manual. “Driving safety control”)
    • Acceleration threshold, m/s2 - enter the value of acceleration by which it is possible to exceed the negative acceleration threshold without a violation being recorded
  • Exceeding the lateral acceleration threshold. The value of the lateral acceleration threshold is set during the configuration of the terminal using the Omnicomm Configurator program (see Terminal user manual. “Driving safety control”)
    • Acceleration threshold, m/s2 - enter the value of acceleration by which it is possible to exceed the lateral acceleration threshold without a violation being recorded
  • Exceeding the vertical acceleration threshold. The value of the vertical acceleration threshold is set during the configuration of the terminal using the Omnicomm Configurator program (see Terminal user manual. “Driving safety control”)
    • Acceleration threshold, m/s2 - enter the value of acceleration by which it is possible to exceed the vertical acceleration threshold without a violation being recorded
  • Exceeding the permissible speed for approaching a turn The value of permissible turning speed can be set in the vehicle profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Instantaneous speed threshold, km/h - when this value of speed is reached, a violation will be recorded
  • Exceeding the maximum speed for approaching a turn. The value of speed limit for turning can be set in the vehicle profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Instantaneous speed threshold, km/h - when this value of speed is reached, a violation will be recorded
  • Traffic violation. Exceeding the speed limit. Traffic violations are recorded based on the data from the Geocenter Consulting service
  • Continuous engine idle operation. The maximum value of idle engine operation can be set in the vehicle profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time for which it is possible to exceed the maximum time of idle engine operation without a violation being recorded
  • Movement with a cold engine. The movement with a cold engine is recorded taking into account the engine's operating temperature range set in the vehicle's profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time after which a violation is recorded for driving with a cold engine
  • Movement with an overheated engine. The movement with an overheated engine is recorded taking into account the engine's operating temperature range set in the vehicle's profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time after which a violation is recorded for driving with an overheated engine
  • Movement at decreased RPM. The movement at decreased RPM is recorded taking into account the “green area” of engine revolutions set in the vehicle's profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time after which a violation is recorded for driving with decreased RPM
  • Movement at increased RPM. The movement at increased RPM is recorded taking into account the “green area” of engine revolutions set in the vehicle's profile, in the “Safe driving” section
    • Duration threshold, sec - enter the amount of time after which a violation is recorded for driving with increased engine revolutions

Weather conditions

Select the weather conditions from the list. The weather conditions are recorded based on the data from the OpenWeatherMap service. Click on the “Add weather condition” link.

Possible weather conditions:

  • Light rain
  • Rain
  • Heavy rain
  • Heavy rain, thunderstorm
  • Sleet
  • Light snow
  • Snow
  • Blizzard
  • Light ice
  • Road icing
  • Black ice
  • Mist
  • Daytime
  • Nighttime

For selected weather conditions, specify the coefficient by which the number of penalty points for the violation will be multiplied.

Geofences

Click the “Add geofences” button to specify the geofences in which the driving habits should be monitored.

In the window that opens select the required geofences.

Default bad habits

Bad habits

  • Movement with unfastened seatbelts. Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the seatbelt sensor is triggered while the vehicle is moving at a speed above the threshold specified in the terminal settings.
  • Driving with dipped headlights off. Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the headlight sensor is triggered while the vehicle is moving at a speed above the threshold specified in the terminal settings. If the violation is registered at night, double points will be deducted.
  • Movement in conditions of shock or vibration for 10 minutes. Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected in case of continuous movement of the vehicle while exceeding the vertical acceleration threshold specified in the terminal settings for over 10 minutes.
  • Taking a turn at an excessive speed. Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the vehicle exceeds the lateral acceleration threshold specified in the terminal settings and the speed threshold for taking a turn specified in the vehicle profile. If the violation is registered during atmospheric conditions involving precipitations, double points will be deducted.
  • Movement exceeding the permissible speed. Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the vehicle exceeds the threshold of permissible speed specified in the vehicle profile by 10 km/h for at least 30 seconds. If the violation is detected during atmospheric conditions involving precipitations, double points will be deducted.
  • Operation at high engine RPM Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the vehicle is moving with RPM above the green area specified in the vehicle profile and the permissible operating time with engine RPM outside the green area is exceeded.
  • Operation at low engine RPM Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the vehicle is moving with RPM below the green area specified in the vehicle profile and the permissible operating time with engine RPM outside the green area is exceeded.
  • Sharp acceleration Penalty points: 100. A violation will be detected if the vehicle exceeds the acceleration threshold specified in the terminal settings.
  • Exceeding the speed permitted by the traffic rules by 20 km/h. Penalty points: 200. A violation will be detected if a vehicle is moving at a speed higher than the speed permitted by the traffic rules for the current section of road by 20 km/h.