HOW DOES DRIVESAVE WORK
Drivesave is not about occasionally exceeding the speed limit or watching you 24/7. Nor does it punish you if you brake suddenly to avoid an accident.
Drivesave looks at your overall driving behaviour and scores you based on your long term profile.
Every time you record a journey Drivesave will provide a score based on your speed, braking, acceleration levels and cornering.
To receive cash back on your premium you must maintain an average driving score of more than 70 out of 100.
Drivesave will also provide tips on your driving and how to increase your score.
HOW TO GET DRIVESAVE
1. Purchase an AXA Drivesave policy.
2. Download the app
3. Login with your details
4. Before you begin a journey simply turn on the app and press “Start”
5. When you are finished the journey press “Stop”
6. The Drivesave app will then calculate your score for that journey.
For more information please visit the AXA website.
- This app is not intended to give you tips and information about driving laws.
- This app needs to be turned on while you are driving.
- This app requires GPS (Satellite based) and Internet Enabled for better and accurate performance.
- This app works with network based GPS but distance and speed will be approximated.
The objective of DriveSafe is to make drivers self-accountable and make roads safe.
This app monitors people behavior while driving and calculates their safety rating. This rating projects percentage of kilometers driven safely and is a ratio of SafePoints to total distance driven.
It detects offenses like over-speeding and uncontrolled turns. For each offense it marks a black point.
If user drives one kilometer with no offense marked then 1 SafePoint is awarded.
User is also awarded white points for 10 consecutive kilometers with no over speeding or 10 controlled turns. For each white point, a SafePoint is also awarded.
- Speed offence detection
- Over speeding at road speed limit
- Over speeding at 120 km/h
- Over speeding at 160 km/h
- Uncontrolled left and right turn detection
- Choose mph or km/h as speed and distance unit.
- Grace period of 10 km/h (6 mph).
- Alerts when driving at speed limit.
- Blocks incoming calls while running