Want to prove to your insurer how safely you drive? You can with Drive Smart. We’ll install a little, mobile-sized “telematics” gadget in your car, and measure things like your speed and braking. Then we can see if you’re a safe driver and reward you for it.
Our handy Drive Smart App lets you see how we’ll rate your driving before you take out a policy, so there are no nasty surprises!
How it Works:
Drive Smart is a state-of-the-art Telematics Smartphone App, allowing drivers to be rated on how they drive and rewarding safer driving.
Using a complex algorithm, Drive Smart monitors and rates a number of key areas of your driving including.
- Night Time Driving (11pm – 5am)
- Familiarity with the roads you use
- The Length of your trips
You can use Drive Smart as a "Try Before You Buy" or if you’ve opted to use a Smartphone for a mid-term policy amendment. Drive Smart on Android comes complete with Auto Start and Auto Stop, so you don’t even need to use the App, just makes sure your phone is switched on and situated in a safe, firm location within the car and when we’ve scored your data, we’ll send you a push notification to let you know your feedback’s available to view.
Once you've tried it out and driven 200 miles, we will give you a score. If you have good feedback you can visit www.drivesmartinsurance.co.uk to see how much you could save on your premium. Drive Smart is also available through the price comparison sites Tiger, Q4, Totally Money & shortly Confused.com too. DriveSmart is a great tool for helping you save money and improving your driving style. Our brilliant little app can also detect if you've had an accident/incident and its helpful little incident report function allows you to quickly and easily notify us of your accident and even send us pictures of what’s happened along with your exact location.
Our Drive Smart Smartphone App can be used in conjunction with your online dashboard once registered to give you even more feedback on how we rate your driving style.
Don’t forget our Drive Smart App is free to download, so there’s really no harm in trying.