Normalization allows you to more accurately compare data among multiple vehicles (drivers), typically related to event violations. Normalization options include Per Day, Per 100 Miles, and Per Runtime Hour. For example, Joe may have 20 total safety events and Sam may have 200 total safety events in a given month. Without normalization, Sam looks like he has the most unsafe events. However, when compared to mileage, Joe drove 10 miles and Sam drove 10,000, which when normalized per 100 miles, Joe has a much higher score than Sam (20 vs. 2).

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