Several systems and methods have been investigated in order to develop an appropriate driver monitoring and mentoring strategy after each trip. The i-DREAMS platform allows the implementation of post-trip interventions, meant to motivate and enable human operators to develop the appropriate safety-oriented attitude in the future. Hence, the scope of this paper is to investigate the state-of-the-art technologies utilized in four different transport modes (car, truck, bus and rail) for post-trip interventions associated with risk prevention and mitigation. Overall, several smartphone applications and web-based platforms have been explicitly designed for providing post-trip feedback to drivers, in order to identify risky driving performance, improve their behaviour and promote road safety. With regards to car-specific interventions, driver systems with gamification features and visual notifications enabled drivers to achieve a better performance. In addition, smartphone applications were found to offer a scalable, and easily implementable alternative to current road monitoring methods, although methodological challenges still remain. In trucks and buses, interventions were usually part of a broader framework (e.g. including driver coaching and management commitment) and the effects of such interventions was not be taken into account in isolation for accomplishing a sufficient safety culture change. Lastly, as of yet no post-trip interventions to improve rail drivers’ safety appear were identified in the literature.