Step 1: Find an existing DriveHealthy organization to join. If you don’t see one that fits, you can create your own.  You can also request to compete with specific organizations (or small teams). It’s easy: just scroll down to the “I’m an Organization” section below.

Step 2:  Install the LifeSaver App (for individuals) OR create a DriveHealthy Driver Portal (for families). Then associate yourself and/or your family with the organization of your choice. Learn more about how the app works here .



  • Click here to create your DriveHealthy Driver Portal and associate your family with your Organization. If you already have an account, click here to login.
  • Use the Portal to invite family members including yourself to install the LifeSaver app. The Driver Portal is a good option for parents who want to see individual scores for their family members or use the other peace of mind features.

Step 3: You’re ready to help your Organization compete!

  • Drive safely and view your individual DriveHealthy score inside the app (only when you’re not driving!).
  • Check out the Monthly Leaderboard (Dashboard inside the app or on our Leaderboard tab) to see how your Organization is doing against similar groups in your category.  Your Organization’s DriveHealthy score is the average of each individual DriveHealthy score within your Organization.  Don’t worry, your personal DriveHealthy scores will remain totally private to you and/or your family members.
  • Tell us how we’re doing by taking this short five-question survey.

I’m an Organization

Want to go head-to-head with another group to see which group can drive more safely? This is the place to do it.  Register your organization here by providing a group name, description and contact info.

  • You can get pretty specific. Let’s say North and South Salem High Schools want to compete. Representatives from each school would decide “let’s do it!” and then go to our form below and request a new organizational type: “Salem High Schools.” Once approved anyone from Salem high schools can compete to see who has the safest drivers.

What’s a valid organization?  Organizations can come in all shapes and sizes: a group from a school, community group, religious group, neighborhood or an entire town.  The only thing an organization cannot be is a commercial business looking for a solution to enforce its cell phone driving policy.  Note that it’s fine if you’re creating a group competition with co-workers from your company, since your participation in DriveHealthy is in the context of your co-worker group and not as part of your company.  For businesses looking for an in-house fleet or employee wellness solution, please visit the LifeSaver Fleet Page.

How do drivers become part of my organization?

Once your organization is approved, please visit the recruit page to see how you can encourage your members to join DriveHealthy.


Fleets can join in too. LifeSaver has a fleet option (at additional cost). Click to find out more from LifeSaver.