The RSDAS Rating is just a recommendation on driver safety score and should not be construed as alternative to your judgement and own assessment. Nevertheless, lots of corporate, fleet owners are now accepting such RSDAS Accreditation in driver recruitment and encourage and recommend their existing drivers to get certified, because it is systematic, uniform and dependable way for (1) Conducting Road Safety Education (2) Grading drivers (3) Improving Road Safety thereby also Asset Protection.

RSDAS has plans to make it automated, real time, link to Aadhar cards, monitor on continual basis the safety records and conduct routine refresher courses that imbibes the safety aspect in driving permanently.

What RSDAS Score means:

RSDAS 1 – Rated very poor in safe driving and not recommended

RSDAS 2 – Rated very poor in safe driving and not recommended

RSDAS 3 – Rated very poor in safe driving and not recommended

RSDAS 4 ­ Rated very poor in safe driving and not recommended

RSDAS 5 – Rated very poor in safe driving and not recommended

RSDAS 6 – Good driver (One Star)

RSDAS 7 – Rated and Good driver (Two Star)

RSDAS 8 – Safer driver (Three Star)

RSDAS 9 – Highly rated safe driver (Four Star)

RSDAS 10 – Highly rated, recommended, safest driver (Five Star)

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