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HAVE YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO DEFEAT THE DUBS?  

This winter season, the AIG SmartLane Challenge is offering you the the chance to beat Jonny Cooper, Jake Malone, Ali Twomey and Lauren Magee.

If you fancy yourself as a good driver, brake before bends and avoid reckless driving, then why not put your driving skills to the test too?

Simply Download the FREE telematics app on the Google Play Store or the App Store and take The Challenge to Defeat the Dubs.

They may impress on the field, but you could steer your way to glory for safe driving and put your county on the map! 

 

THE CHALLENGERS

Their fitness is great but how safe are they on the roads?

Take a look at who you are up against and how their scores compile - Then navigate your journey to outshine the competition! We'll be updating their scores every Monday so be sure to check back in.

 

Lauren McGee Profile
Jonny Cooper Profile
Jake Malone Profile
Ali Twomey Profile

THE LEADERBOARD

See where you place against the average score of SmartLane users and the Dublin players - updated every Monday.

 

SmartLane Leaderboard
 
 

SMARTLANE SCORES EXPLAINED

Your SmartLane score consists of 5 components. You can find more details on the telematics app, our discount structure and your score on our SmartLane page, otherwise you can find a breakdown of each of the scoring components below: 

 

1. Length Of Journey. Length of Journey scores the risk of fatigue of your trip. Your risk of fatigue is increased during long journeys and road requiring little driver interaction (e.g. motorways).
2. Mobile usage. Mobile Usage measures your phone interaction and activiy. This could be as simple as just moving it around or pressing buttons which indicates distraction, a major factor in many accidents.
3. Speed. Speed measures your speed in relation to other cars in the area; speeds just over a speed limit score slightly worse than speeds just under a speed limit.
4. Time of Day. Time of Day scores the time of day of your trip. The time of day your trip is taken is measured against the overall crash risk for that hour.
5. Smooth Driving. Smooth Driving measures your acceleration & deceleration which reflects your ability to drive smoothly and anticipate traffic flow.
Your SmartLane score ranges from 0-100. A higher number means your driving behaviour mirrors that of an advanced driver and vice versa.  To improve your score, avoid things like harsh braking, driving too fast, texting or making phone calls, and driving long distances without breaks.
 

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