A New Way to Think About Driver Monitoring [Podcast]

We see it on the news every day – whether commercial vehicle crashes or personal vehicles in the most common intersection crash, car crashes seem unavoidable.

Have you ever considered though that crashes are entirely preventable?

It may be surprising to know that 94 percent of crashes occurring could have been avoided. So why are we so numb to this information and what are we doing to decrease crashes?

In the next five years, SambaSafety aims to make people care deeply about crashes once again, so much so that they’re reduced by 20 percent. Seems like a big undertaking, but with the help of driver monitoring, it’s not.

Through advanced data and statistics and collaboration with risk management specialists in identifying common crash causes, it may not be as big of a lift as it initially seemed.

How do we do it?

Through conglomerated data from over 21 years of driver records, SambaSafety is helping take back control of the roads again.

Hear from SambaSafety Chief Marketing Officer Eric Waldinger in our first podcast episode on “The Blind Spot,” as he delves into the staggering numbers behind driving habits – and the more compelling data as to how we can remain safe.

If wanting to learn more about why continuous driver monitoring matters and key driver risk management best practices in working toward decreasing incidents, download the white paper.