For many years colleagues of ours in the close protection industry and military have said to us that what is urgently needed whilst transporting their clients and personnel is the ability to carry out an emergency vehicle rescue immediately following a vehicle incident whether it is vehicle accident or a deliberate attack on their vehicle or convoy.
In many countries around the world the risks of a vehicle incident are very real and there is likely that there will be no local emergency service which is going to come to your rescue. If you are lucky to get a local response it is likely to be extremely delayed in getting to you and will be carrying vehicle rescue equipment which is not capable of carrying out a rescue from a modern or armoured vehicle.
All of these factors greatly reduce the chances of survival following a vehicle incident when time is of the essence. After all you cannot effectively treat a casualty unless you can get them out of the vehicle.