FAQ - Dashboard



  1. What is my dashboard?
  2. How do you know how well I'm driving?
  3. How do I access my dashboard?
  4. What will my dashboard look like?
  5. Central dial
  6. Policy Mileage
  7. Reports, Alerts and Tips
  8. Radio buttons

1. What is my dashboard?

Your Model Driver dashboard allows you to monitor how well your car is being driven.  It clearly shows your current ‘Model Driving Score’ plus the individual scores of the four behaviours that we monitor: Speed, Braking, Night-Time Driving and Regular Routes.

It’s important to regularly check and analyse your scores and adjust your driving behaviours if you need to by following the tips on the dashboard. This could help you save money.

Your dashboard also has some handy reports to help you to analyse your driving style plus an ‘Alerts’ section for important messages about your policy and your scores. 

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2. How do you know how well I’m driving?

The data from your Model Driver Black Box is collected 24/7, scored and then uploaded to your dashboard on a daily basis.

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3. How do I access my dashboard?

Log on to your online account using your Username and password and click on ‘access my dashboard’.

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4. What will my dashboard look like?

 

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5. Central dial

The number out of 100 represents your current ‘Model Driving Score’ – an aggregation of the scores of your four driving behaviours but not simply an average as Night-Time Driving has the highest weighting.  The higher the score out of 100, the better your car is being driven and potentially the more money you could save on your premium! 

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6. Policy mileage

This figure represents your mileage from either the day that your Model Driver Black Box was installed and activated or your policy start date. 

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7. Reports, Alerts and Tips

Click on the buttons to the left of the central dial or the buttons at the top right of the screen to: analyse graphs and reports about your driving; read any important messages sent from Model Driver about your scores or policy; or check out some tips on ways to improve your scores and save money on your premium.

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8. Radio buttons

The buttons on your radio represent the four driving behaviours that we monitor.  Click on each button to see the current score for that driving behaviour.  Your score will be out of 100.  To move between the behaviours you can click the silver arrow buttons at either side of the radio.  You can then click on ‘Full report’ to find out more about how your score has changed over time or click on ‘Improve my score’ for tips on how to improve the score of that particular behaviour.

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