Distracted driving is the leading cause of accidents among teens. In honor of National Youth Safety Awareness Month, here are some tips to help keep our youth safe while on the road.
Remember, taking your eyes off the road for only a second can change your life or someone else’s forever!
With April being National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, DTRIC Insurance will join Farrington High School students this coming Monday morning, April 17, in a sign-waving event fronting their Kalihi campus.
The Hawaiʻi State Department of Education (HIDOE) driver and traffic safety education program, in collaboration with DTRIC Insurance and Par Hawaii, will be holding the HIDOE Traffic Safety Fair at the Aloha Stadium lower parking lot on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.
DTRIC Insurance teamed up with Mililani Waena Elementary 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.
Students at James Campbell High School won $2,500 for their school with their entry into DTRIC Insurance’s Drive Aloha PSA contest. The Hawaii-based insurance company launched its first-ever Drive Aloha Video contest for high school students from across the state to put their videomaking skills to work by creating a video that creatively answered the question, “What does Drive Aloha mean to you?”
Show a little more aloha as you drive into the new year. Here are a few driving tips to keep you and your loved ones safe while on the road:
In recognition of the community’s efforts to keep Hawaii’s roadways safe and friendly for all users, DTRIC Insurance recognized the recipients of its second annual Drive Aloha Champions awards in October.
DTRIC Insurance has launched its first ever Drive Aloha Video contest for high school students from across the state to put their videomaking skills to work for a chance to win a grand prize of $2,500 for their school. Students are invited to create a video up to 60 seconds to that creatively answers the question, “What does Drive Aloha mean to you?”