Providing targeted feedback to drivers can significantly contribute to the improvement of their driving behaviour and overall safety. However, the effectiveness of the driver feedback provided depends on various parameters. This paper constitutes a systematic effort to review the current state-of-the-art in driver feedback research. The most important parameters that should be taken into consideration when designing such feedback experiments are also reviewed and analysed herein. The focus is on the demographics, the types, the means and the time of feedback of the experiments. Novel ways of providing feedback in a naturalistic experimental setting can be designed based on the review at hand.