Analyses focused on two assessments. The first analysis goal was to compare the mean rates of the targeted risky driving behaviors prior to and after the targeted Predictive Coach intervention. The second analysis goal was to examine response generalization to Predictive Coach training.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Predictive Coach in reducing risky driving across 92 drivers. This study showed that Predictive Coach resulted in statistically significant reductions in risky driving. Specifically, excessive speeding was reduced by 73.93% from baseline to intervention across all drivers. For those drivers who received training, Predictive Coach resulted in statistically significant reductions in speeding, hard braking, and hard cornering. Further, drivers that did not receive training also significantly reduced risky driving with Predictive Coach.