Science Meets Safety with Driveology®

When you mix science with safety, you get Driveology. Our usage-based insurance program helps you stay safe on the road by providing data-driven feedback every time you drive. Even better, your safe driving habits can lead to savings of up to 30 percent1!

Drive Smart, Drive to Save.

When you sign up for Driveology, you’ll receive a small device that plugs into your vehicle and gathers data about your driving behaviors. You can access that data anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Information you can view includes your:  

  • Score: A cumulative number representing your safe driving behavior. The higher your score the more you can save.
  • Trips: Track miles driven, travel times and more.
  • Vehicle Health: Monitor your battery and cooling systems2.
  • Environmental Impact: Track fuel consumption and your carbon footprint2.

Keeping Teens Safe on the Road

Have a young driver in the household? It’s a great way to help teach your teens the importance of safety behind the wheel. You can even choose to receive alerts, when your young driver is:

  • Driving over certain speeds.
  • Driving outside of the geographical boundaries you set.
  • Driving outside of set hours.

Learn more about how your safe driving habits can lead to savings with Driveology.

Savings based on driving behavior. Your savings may vary. Ask your Farm Bureau agent for details.
2Not all vehicles that are eligible for Driveology will be able to report environmental or vehicle health data.

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