Proven through 4 large-scale research studies and borne out by over 1,000,000 drivers around the globe.
66% of unsafe drivers who were assessed by on-road evaluations self-rated themselves as good drivers.1 Are you willing to trust self-reporting to manage driver risk? With approximately 1.35 million people dying each year from road crashes2 and work-related motor vehicle crashes costing employers upwards of $56.7 billion per year3, you can’t afford to be reactive. Proactively assess your drivers and prioritize risk using RoadRISK.
Groundbreaking evaluation research studies undertaken in 2003 and 2004 by university research teams in the UK showed clear statistical links between drivers’ performance on the RoadRISK assessment and reported collision outcomes. These studies confirmed RoadRISK’s ability to accurately predict a driver’s risk and the related likelihood of incurring a collision.
To date, these remain the only large-scale driver risk assessment validation studies of their kind – conducted by applied university-level research experts with up to 26,000 participants at a time.
The graph below, based on the 26,000-driver study, shows the clear relationship between driver collisions over the previous three years and assessment outcomes on each section of RoadRISK.
Since these original studies, additional evaluations have continued to validate RoadRISK’s effectiveness. Below are results for a group of commercial and company car drivers employed by a large logistics and express delivery operator.
1Science Direct, Oct 2020
2World Health Organization, Feb 2020
3MOTUS 2018 Driver Safety Risk Report