Reward Rules | Onlia Sense
Onlia Sense Reward Rules
VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Rewards are provided by Onlia Services Inc. ("OSI", "We", "Us", "Our" or “Onlia”) to Eligible Participants. An “Eligible Participant” means an individual driver of a vehicle who: (i) is a resident of a province or territory of Canada except Quebec; (ii) is at least 16 years of age, (iii) holds a valid driver’s licence, (iv) has downloaded and activated the App on their smartphone, (v) and has verified their email address and/or telephone number.
2. How to enter
RECEIPT OF BADGES AND PERKS IS AVAILABLE TO ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS ONLY WHO HAVE DOWNLOADED AND ACTIVATED THE APP AND USE THE APP CONTINUOUSLY WHILE DRIVING DURING EACH CONTEST PERIOD (AS DEFINED BELOW). BY DOWNLOADING, ACTIVATING AND USING THE APP, EACH ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANT AGREES TO COMPLY WITH THE CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE APP AND THESE REWARD RULES.
3. Badges and Perks
Badges and Perks are awarded to Eligible Participants who successfully meet the qualification criteria described below.
A Badge is a reward that has no monetary value. Its sole purpose is to congratulate Eligible Participants for achieving a goal as more particularly described below. An Eligible Participant may earn each Badge only once.
|Speed angel||Score of 100 by staying within the prescribed speed limit|
|Corner ace||First perfect (100) cornering score|
|Brake master||Perfect (100) braking score|
|Compass||Perfect (100) score on navigation|
|Feather foot||Score of 100 on acceleration|
|Ignition||Completion of first trip using the App|
|Milestone||Completed 30 trips and at least 500 km travelled|
|Journey||Completed 30 trips|
|Cruisin'||Completed 7 trips|
|Focused||1 drive without using your phone|
A Perk is a reward which has an intrinsic value (e.g. a Starbucks Coffee card) awarded when an Eligible Participant:
- Verifies a Canadian phone number
- Meets the one time pre-qualification criteria:
- 30 trips recorded
- 500 km distance travelled
- Meets the monthly minimum eligibility criteria:
- 10 trips recorded in a calendar month
- 200 km distance travelled in a calendar month
- Meets the additional qualification criteria as set out for each Perk below.
|9 and 3||
|$20 Starbucks card||Monthly|
||$100 Starbucks card||Monthly|
||$20 Starbucks card||Monthly|
||$5 Starbucks card||One time|
Perks and Badges may change over time to give Eligible Participants new incentives to improve their driving behaviour and the safety of the Canadian roads. They may not be updated in these Reward Rules due to the temporary nature or time of release.
Trip detection with the App happens automatically as soon as an Eligible Participant registers and enables sharing location services and motion/fitness data from his/her mobile phone with the App. The App will automatically detect the beginning and the end of a trip as long as the App is running either in the foreground or background of your phone based on changes to your location, speed and motion that’s in-line with how a car moves. Walking or running will not trigger a trip
Since the App has no connection to the car that an Eligible Participant may be driving, it is possible that a trip could be detected when an Eligible Participant is a passenger (either in a car or public transit). In this case an Eligible Participant has the option to mark the trip as a passenger trip. This can be done up to 24 hours after the trip has ended. Marking a trip as a passenger means it will be removed from the Eligible Participant’s trip list and will not affect his/her drive score. Onlia is working to improve our algorithms over time so that the App will learn each Eligible Participant’s driving pattern, and automatically ignore trips that he/she makes as a passenger. To mark a trip as a passenger, an Eligible Participant must go to Trip Details and tap the button at the bottom of the screen to set the trip as a passenger. After 24 hour have passed, this option will be removed, and the trip will remain in the Eligible Participant’s trip list.
The app also has the option to stop automatic trip recording if an Eligible Participant may wish not to record a certain trip or number of trips. Disengaging automatic trip recording for one or more trips means those trips will not be registered, and therefore will not be used in driving scoring, perks or badges. It will not affect the user's driving score.
To stop automatic trip recording, an Eligible Participant must go to "Settings" in the app and tap "Automatic trip recording". In order to activate it again, one must tap the button again.
Note: We do our best to provide high-quality performance of trip detection, however there may be technical issues (including but not limited to network, telematics or hardware related issues) which may cause trips not to record or result in a deviation in routing or scoring. We should not be held responsible for that. Please also read our Conditions of Use for more specifics.
4. Regional Distribution of Badges and Perks.
Badges and Perks are available in Canada with the exception of Quebec and are not subject to reginal distribution and limitations.
5. Contest Period
Badges will be awarded automatically upon meeting the respective eligibility criteria.
Perks will be awarded once per month on the 1st day of the following month with the App automatically calculating and assigning the Perks at the end of the 1st calendar day at approximately 11:59 PM ET of the following month. For example, January perks will be calculated on February 1st at 11:59 PM ET.
6. Chances of Winning
An Eligible Participant’s chances of winning Badges and Perks depend on the consistent use of the App, the Eligible Participant’s individual driving skills, compliance with the rules of the road, undistracted driving, number of trips and distance travelled in each Contest Period. Technical issues (including but not limited to network, telematics or hardware related issues) may have an impact on the outcomes. We may not be held responsible for these occurrences.
7. Winner Selection and Qualification
The minimum eligibility criteria to unlock Perks is subject to change month over month and will be clearly shown to users in the App at the beginning of each month. Once the criteria are defined at the beginning of a given month, it will not be changed for the duration of that month.
The algorithm for determining the monthly aggregate monthly score (including sub-factors), a trip score or an individual trip factor score is based on a proprietary formula developed by Onlia and our partners. Onlia, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to modify this algorithm periodically. The algorithm for determining the monthly or trip score will not change within a given month so that the eligibility to earn Perks will not be modified within the earning period.
Each trip can have a maximum score of 100 drive score. An Eligible Participant’s drive score is based on how well he/she performs in these 5 categories:
Acceleration, Braking and Cornering measure how smoothly you drive and steer during your trip. Speed measures how well you stick to road speed limits. Contextual accounts for the risk of driving on a particular road type (urban street, rural road, highway) and being on the road during certain times of day. For example, it’s riskier to drive on a country road at night than it is to drive on a city street in the day.
Here’s how we break it down:
- Driving at night is riskier than driving during the day. It’s safest to drive in the morning (from 5am to 9am).
- Daytime weekend driving (Saturday and Sunday) is generally safer than driving on a weekday.
- Driving on major streets in an urban area during peak periods and at night is the deemed to be the highest risk.
- Driving on a highway through a rural area during the day is generally the safest way to drive.
Along with these 5 factors, you are also scored on how long, and to what degree, your mobile phone is used while driving. Not touching your phone at all is considered a totally distraction-free trip.
Using these factors, the App determines whether an Eligible Participant’s driving behaviour decreases or increases the likelihood of getting into an accident while on the road. Simply put, the safer an Eligible Participant drives, the higher his/her drive score will be. In addition to using a score out of 100, Onlia uses stars to make it easy to group ranges of drive scores. Following is the breakdown of how the number of stars maps to a drive score:
- 1 star: 0 - 70
- 2 stars: 71 - 85
- 3 stars: 86 - 94
- 4 stars: 95 - 98
- 5 stars: 99 - 100
The App will penalize the Eligible Participant with point deductions for each violation event detected during a trip. You can boost your score by performing safer driving actions wherever possible, like applying your brakes earlier, taking turns smoothly, keeping your speed in check and staying distraction-free.
Each individual trip drive score is used to determine your monthly drive score. Your monthly score is calculated at the beginning of each next month based on aggregating all the trip data for the calendar month. The monthly drive score is used towards unlocking and ultimately earning Perks since it is a more true reflection of driving behaviour over a set period of time than an individual trip.
Note: The App uses a certain amount of power from the smartphone battery. Care should be taken in ensuring the smartphone is charged and turned on when driving to record the Collected Data for participation in the Reward Program. The App may require periodic updates and each User agrees that updating the App from time to time is their responsibility. The location services (GPS) should be on at all times to provide for accurate Collected Data.
We do our best to provide high-quality performance of trip detection, however there may be technical issues (including but not limited to network, telematics or hardware related issues) which may cause trips not to record or result in a deviation in routing or scoring. We should not be held responsible for that. Please also read our Conditions of Use for more specifics.
8. General Terms and Conditions
Eligible Participants agree to abide by the terms of these Reward Rules and by the Conditions of Use applicable to the use of the App as well as by the algorithm that assigns the Badges and Perks the determination of which are final on all matters pertaining to the Game’s Perks and Badges. This Game is governed by the federal laws of Canada. All federal and local laws and regulations apply. By entering the Game, Eligible Participants release and hold harmless Onlia and its respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, and employees (collectively, “Game Entities”) from any and all liability for any injuries, loss or damage of any kind arising from or in connection with the Game, or the use or acceptance of any Perk or Badge.
BADGES CAN BE EARNED ONLY ONCE BY ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS. PERKS ARE SUBJECT TO A ONE PER MONTH OR A ONE TIME LIMIT AS SPECIFIED ABOVE.
9. Limitations of Liability
We provide the App as part of a mission to make Canada’s roads safer and trust our users to conduct themselves with integrity with their usage. We reserve the right, in our sole and absolute discretion, to forego or retract payment of perks if there is an indication of,- or fraudulent use or misuse of the App.
Score methodology and rules may change as we constantly try to improve the driving behaviour telematics, trip detection sensitivity and/or underlying model. We can do so without your consent.
If, for any reason, the Game is not capable of running as planned, Onlia reserve the right at their sole discretion to cancel, terminate, modify, or suspend the Game. Except as expressly warranted herein, the Perks and Badges are provided to winners as is without further warranty of any kind.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE GAME ENTITIES BE RESPONSIBLE HEREUNDER FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, EVEN IF CONTEST ENTITIES HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Effective date: May 01, 2019