Real-time abnormal driving behaviors monitoring is a corner stone to improving driving safety. Existing works on driving behaviors monitoring using smartphones only provide a coarsegrained result, i.e. distinguishing abnormal driving behaviors from normal ones. To improve drivers' awareness of their driving habits so as to prevent potential car accidents, we need to consider a finegrained monitoring approach, which not only detects abnormal driving behaviors but also identifies specific types of abnormal driving behaviors, i.e. Weaving, Swerving, Sideslipping, Fast U-turn, Turning with a wide radius and Sudden braking. Through empirical studies of the 6-month driving traces collected from real driving environments, we find that all of the six types of driving behaviors have their unique patterns on acceleration and orientation. Recognizing this observation, we further propose a finegrained abnormal Driving behavior Detection and iDentification system, D3, to perform real-time high-accurate abnormal driving behaviors monitoring using smartphone sensors. By extracting unique features from readings of smartphones' accelerometer and orientation sensor, we first identify sixteen representative features to capture the patterns of driving behaviors. Then, a machine learning method, Support Vector Machine (SVM), is employed to train the features and output a classifier model which conducts fine-grained identification. From results of extensive experiments with 20 volunteers driving for another 4 months in real driving environments, we show that D3 achieves an average total accuracy of 95.36%.