As part of Valentine’s Day week, DTRIC Insurance teamed up with Castle High School students and staff this morning to encourage motorists to drive safely around schools and neighborhoods as part of the Hawaii State Department of Education’s (DOE) “Stop If You Love Me” traffic safety campaign.
Wai‘anae High senior Avanoa Caceres Tillis and junior Natasha Maafala won the contest’s $2,000 first prize for their school with their entry, “How To: Drive Aloha.” The pair focused their message on limiting distractions and showing aloha to others on the road.
The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration, but it’s also when homeowners and motorists must be extra vigilant. Whether you’re spending the holidays at home or hitting the road to visit loved ones, here are some tips to help you protect your property and loved ones:
DTRIC Insurance is kicking off its second annual “Drive Aloha” PSA Video contest for high school students from across the state to put their video making skills to work for a chance to win a grand prize of $2,000 for their school. Students are invited to create a video of up to 60 seconds that creatively answers the question, “What does Drive Aloha mean to you?”
Halloween is one of the most anticipated nights of the year for keiki. They’re excited to dress up in costumes and walk through neighborhoods searching for their next sweet treat. Consider these tips to ensure this Halloween is safe and scare-free on our roads:
Car accidents are a significant cause of fatalities for kids under 13. Still, many of these tragic outcomes can be prevented with the correct use and installation of car seats, boosters, and seat belts. Take the time to ensure your child’s car or booster seat is securely installed in your vehicle. Here are some valuable tips to keep the keiki in your life safe while traveling in a vehicle:
DTRIC Insurance launched the Drive Aloha initiative in August 2016 to educate and encourage drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists to practice safe and courteous behavior and create safer, friendlier roadways across our islands. The Drive Aloha campaign is a community effort promoting accountability by reminding everyone to take responsibility for their actions on the streets.
Summer may still be in full swing, but the start of the new school year is just a few weeks away. As our students make their way to school, we must remain mindful of their safety.
ʻAiea High School and Moanalua High School swept first and second place in two categories in a recent traffic safety education campaign competition, sponsored by the Hawai‘i Department of Education’s (HIDOE) Driver Education and Traffic Safety Program, DTRIC Insurance and Par Hawaii.