Carma Project is a real-world, real-time car finding platform designed to protect individuals, communities, and companies.
Traditionally, car manufacturers deliver urgent safety recalls to car owners' home addresses. Reports show that 40-50% of these addresses are old or incorrect. This means millions of cars remain on the road with dangerous, defective parts — jeopardizing lives.
Carma Project skips the traditional mailers and imprecise digital outreach, and goes straight to the affected vehicle with a personalized recall message.
better repair rate
Each safety recall notice is hand-delivered by one of our trained drivers, all of whom are equipped to have recall and safety conversations with affected community members.
Our people and technology make the difference. During our involvement in the deadly Takata Airbag recall, car manufactures in our programs experienced 4-5x more repairs than most of their other outreach programs.
In the communities we drive in, we've formed local partnerships with commercial centers, residential buildings and beyond. Our work on behalf of the world's largest auto manufacturers has reached the ears of the National Safety Council (NSC), America's leading nonprofit safety advocate, and the US government's National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Carma Project is the first and only automotive fleet designed exclusively to find cars in the real-world, in real-time, to help keep vehicle owners safe.
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In 2021, Carma Project grew from a local neighborhood service to a nation-wide fleet that helps protect thousands of vehicle owners daily across the United States.
First 3 fleet vehicles deployed in Southern California.
Fleet expands to cover 30+ major metros, and the island of Puerto Rico.
Pilots in new industries.