SMARTtrek 4+

See how safely you drive


    • 3.9 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free

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Enroll in SMARTtrek® today, and you will save up to 10% on your auto policy now. You may then save up to 20% based upon your driving behavior for as long as you are a CSAA IG policy holder. You can see how safely you drive and learn interesting facts about your driving. Get feedback and tips to help keep you, your friends and your family safe on the road.

SMARTtrek® is available even if you are not a policyholder. Try the SMARTtrek® app for 30 days. Get a personalized Safe Driving score that could save you up to 20% off AAA Auto Insurance.*

*Access to SMARTtrek is only available in some states.
*Discounts vary by state.

Key features include:
- Check out your driving scores after every trip, letting you know how safely you
drove overall and for five key driving factors: Smooth Driving, Speed, Phone Habits, Time
and Day, and Trip Duration.
- See exactly when and where you drove on a map showing any risky driving events that
occurred, so you can pinpoint where to make improvements.
- Change the trip to Passenger when you were riding with another driver.
- Get safe driving tips to help you stay safe on the road.

Want a policy with SMARTtrek? Get a quote and save up to 10% by calling 1-800-814-4684.

What’s New

Version 1.15

Bug fixes and other enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Drdlm ,

Travel safety

Overall like the app . Helps overall with safe driving , but sometimes you can’t help when you travel - like for appointments, etc . And if you forget to mark it - you get graded for someone else driving or if you are in a plane ! Lol! I never use my phone but there have been times I’ve been called and I have blue tooth but won’t answer because afraid going to get scored down . It makes you a little paranoid . And we have hands free in cars now to help with safety . I accelerate and decelerate slowly and sometimes get lower scores then I think I should . You definitely have to brake when someone stops dead in front of you . But again overall good app and my average is high 80s

Developer Response ,

Great job on your score being in the 80s! Green scores indicate that you are driving safely. Since driving scores are determined over a period of many miles and months, a single event, score or trip may not have a significant impact on the overall score.

62 dan ,

Just plain bad REVISED

The app has many flaws. * Phone habits - my phone is in my pocket, untouched for the entirety of each trip. Somehow I can be scored between 75 and 96. * Smooth driving - I take three blocks (1/2 mile) to go from a stop to 40 mph, and 2 blocks to slow to a stop at s signal, this scores me between 64 and 94. * Speed - on a recent trip I traveled 1.1 miles, it took 5 minutes, I did not hit 30 mph, score 65. I average 13 mph. * Time/Day - always below 90, early morning, drive time, midday, afternoon, any day of the week. Never a good time to drive * Mapping - half of my trips it shows starting 1/4 mile or farther from my actual start, done show me driving through yards and buildings. It just plain misses a good 10% of my trips. * Duration - some trips show 15 minute duration, for trips that actually were less than five. It records an end after I have been in my house watching TV for 5 minutes. If the app doesn’t know when I start or end a trip or where I actually drive, how can it accurately measure my speed, acceleration, or braking?

This App continues to map my trips through golf courses, houses, shopping centers, etc.. Also shows I accelerate (low or high severity) just before I get to a red light. I am actively breaking at that time.

Although my overall score is very good, this is not a tool to help improve driving safety, it is just arbitrary numbers assigned with no explanation of what you can do to improve.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. Driving scores are determined over a period of many trips, miles, and months in some cases. Typically, a single event, score, or trip may not have a significant impact on the overall score. Keeping your phone in your pocket while driving can adversely affect your score. Using a phone holder will help keep your phone stationary and improve your score. Also, it can take up to ¾ mile for a trip to start recording. If the phone loses GPS, it can miss a trip.

lisaloff ,

Tracking is flawed.

The tracking on this system is incredibly flawed. It’s states that you are using your cell phone if your streaming music from your phone into your car it penalize you for working early morning shifts or late night shifts. It also penalize you as a hard break if your phone bounces around while you’re driving after hitting a bump in the road.
It also doesn’t take into consideration weather conditions at the time of driving it is impossible to control other drivers around you and their erratic habits. Being penalized for having to break hard because an individual cut you off in traffic is an uncontrollable issue yet this app will make it seem like you were just slamming on your brakes for no reason. I completed a trip where I never had to slow down. Rarely had to break yet, because there were a couple of bumps in the road it said I was not driving smoothly.
This app could use a lot of help in being more compatible with hands free technology in vehicles. And also weather related issues. to be penalized for driving under the speed limit because of snow on the ground or rain Is ridiculous.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. The scores reflect the likelihood of having an accident based on factors such as Speed, Time and Day, Smooth Driving, Phone Habits and Trip Duration. Since driving scores are determined over a period of many miles and months, a single event, score or trip may not have a significant impact on the overall score. The Phone Habits score measures the likelihood of an accident based on phone usage, even if you are using it hands-free. Keeping your phone in a phone holder will help keep it stationary while you drive and can improve your score. Driving late at night and during weekday commute hours are risky times to avoid, if you can. Smooth Driving is a measure of how well the driver anticipates traffic flows and road conditions based on the amount of acceleration and braking that are performed throughout the trip. To improve your smooth driving, avoid sudden acceleration and hard braking, if possible.

App Privacy

The developer, CSAA INSURANCE SERVICES, INC., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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