The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently reported that in the first quarter of this year, U.S. traffic deaths jumped about 7% to 9,560 – the highest number recorded in a quarterly period since 2002.
SambaSafety has acquired Collision Management Systems (CMS), the Milton Keynes, UK-based leader in telematics, camera and corporate data aggregation and risk analytics.
Throughout the past few decades, car crash fatalities were on a decline in the United States. Much of this was due to a greater focus on safety in vehicle and roadway design. However, progress has stalled in the last 10 years, and we are now seeing these numbers take a turn in the wrong direction.
There’s been a troubling increase in traffic-related deaths across the country over the past two years. In SambaSafety’s home state of Colorado, there were more traffic deaths in 2021 than any year since 2002. The 20-year high will likely exceed 700 fatalities as final numbers continue trickling in.
Mobility risk tech market leader SambaSafety announces that investment funds managed by Stone Point Capital LLC will become SambaSafety’s lead investor.
New Hampshire SB134 eradicates a commonly heard SambaSafety customer pain point. Learn about that pain point & what this means for SambaSafety customers.
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Driver risk management market leader SambaSafety has acquired best-in-class online driving training & tech provider Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI).
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