This paper addresses the effectiveness of real-time and post-trip interventions from the H2020 i-DREAMS naturalistic driving project. The project aims to setup a framework for the definition, development and validation of a context-aware ‘safety tolerance zone (STZ)’ for driving. A range of sensors are used to collect a large variety of data, which enables assessment of the STZ, and help designing interventions. Effectiveness evaluation is based on the outcome and process evaluation using the COM-B and REAIM frameworks, respectively. Preliminary results for a sample of 27 car drivers from Belgium and 26 car drivers from UK are presented. Overall, the interventions were found effective in improving driving behaviour. UK drivers have performed significantly better, while Belgian car drivers showed mixed results, mainly due to the changing mobility patterns during COVID19 pandemic.