The “How Am I Driving?” program (HAID) is a bumper-sticker based program that helps the Office of Risk Management (ORM) track driver performance through complaints and compliments the District receives about District government drivers.
ORM partners with District agencies to place HAID bumper-stickers on all government vehicles in an effort to promote a safe driving culture within the District government. While most drivers operate their government vehicles responsibly, the presence of an HAID bumper-sticker provides added incentive to drive cautiously.
The HAID bumper-stickers direct other drivers and pedestrians to contact DC 311 City Services to report on the use of District government vehicles, drivers who are not obeying traffic laws, or drivers they wish to commend for their driving skills. ORM investigates and communicates incoming HAID reports back to the agencies to identify drivers, and record corrective actions taken to avoid similar incidents from happening again.
By receiving and utilizing HAID feedback, ORM can identify high-risk drivers to proactively prevent accidents, mitigate risk, and encourage the safe operation of motor vehicles by District government employees.