How to Own Your Driver Safety Efforts and Initiatives like a Pro

There is truly nothing more worrisome than wondering if your loved one has gotten home safe and sound

Whether it be that they are driving a commercial vehicle, are working to make extra money through a ride-share application, are driving on behalf of a company or are a passenger in a car on the highway, there’s always the small voice in the back of your mind asking whether they will be home without harm.

Consider the rise of distracted driving.

Taking over drunk driving as the largest cause of crashes in the United States, it means that now it doesn’t take illegal measures behind the wheel to put those on the roads at risk. Distracted driving is an issue we are currently confronting head-on, and it shows in the measures that states are currently taking.

Made up of three categories, distracted driving doesn’t just include texting:

  • Visual – when you take your eyes off of the road
  • Manual – when you take your hands off of the wheel
  • Cognitive – when you take your mind off of driving

This isn’t to say that texting behind the wheel isn’t a threat to the safety of others. A band of 48 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands have all in some way banned texting while driving. The ability to rally behind such risk mitigation efforts is integral in showcasing the severity of distracted driving, as enforcement and driving laws typically vary state-by-state, leaving a lack of precedent put forth.

This is where SambaSafety comes into play

Giving you the ability to review and act upon insights into the highest-risk driver population, you’re equipped with the tools and necessary information to keep all on the road safe while developing comprehensive safety measures.

Sleep is important after all, and the last thing that we want is for you to be tossing and turning with concern, especially when there are solutions such as the products SambaSafety offers that can be implemented.

To learn why distracted driving is a prevalent yet preventable problem, download our white paper.