Drivers who scored higher in Attitudinal Safety Awareness (ASA) as measured by the ARM-Q are not only regarded as better more professional drivers by their managers but demonstrate their abilities with less fuel consumption.
In this study drivers computerized fuel consumption (over 250,000 km) records were recorded and compared to their ARM-Q scores.*
Drivers who scored Lower Attitudinal Safety Awareness (Figure A) averaged $2003 more in fuel costs than those who scored Higher Attitudinal Safety Awareness (Figure B) as measured by the ARM-Q.
* (All fuel consumption records were obtained with identical destinations and vehicles).