Frequently asked questions

What does my driving score mean and how is it calculated?

Your driving score reflects how safe a driver we think you are. It can range from 0 to 100. The higher the score, the safer a driver we think you are. We expect a safe driver to achieve a score of 70. We regard a driving score of over 90 as exceptional. The key things you can do to improve your driving score are to:

  • Always drive within the speed limit
  • Accelerate and brake smoothly and not aggressively
  • Take corners and bends at safe speeds

The calculation of your driving score takes into account other driving behaviour parameters too. You can see a full list of the driving behaviours we consider – and their definitions – by clicking “Your driving score” on our app. You can then consider these factors in the way you drive. If you take out a policy with us, we calculate the driving score we apply to your policy from when you register your policy to the app and your policy cover starts. See How it works.