Your average score is based on a 12-month rolling average of your driving scores. Depending on how often you drive, a single trip may or may not significantly impact your score.
Your driving score includes:
Acceleration score: considers how quickly and by how much you increase your speed.
Braking score: considers how quickly and by how much you decrease your speed. Should you need to hard brake to avoid an accident, one occurrence in one trip should not significantly impact your score.
Speeding score: considers whether you’re driving at a safe speed compared to the posted speed limit.
Cornering score: considers how often you are hard cornering.