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A number of technologies have been introduced into new automobiles with the aim of reducing CO 2 emissions. One method of improving fuel consumption is to improve driver behaviour, since eco-driving techniques can help save 10-15% of fuel. A retro-fittable driver behaviour improvement device has been developed and tested in real world conditions. The device provides real-time audio and visual feedback to the driver to improve his/her driving style. It was tested on 15 vans belonging to variousdoi:10.1109/iccve.2012.46 dblp:conf/iccve/HariBVPA12 fatcat:qmsdfzularaxzlpsbd3umwgvde