We all want to keep our kids safe in the car, but it can be tricky keeping up with the latest recommendations, especially as your child grows and their needs change. Here are 6 tips to keep keiki in your life as safe as possible when riding in the car:
School’s back in session! As our keiki head back to class, it’s important to remember that back to school affects our entire community. Kids wait at bus stops near busy roads during rush hour, and school buses share the road with us all. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind.
August has been proclaimed Drive Aloha Month in the State of Hawaii by Governor Ige, and DTRIC Insurance is asking motorists to drive with care and courtesy as students head back to school.
Summer is quickly approaching, and the nice weather is an opportune time for bicycling. While it’s a great way to stay in shape, save on gas, and reduce pollution, riding a bike can be dangerous. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind when hitting the road on your two-wheeler.
The end of the school year is here, which means summer break for teen drivers. Whether they’re driving to summer school classes, seasonal jobs, or hitting the beach with their friends, teen should be reminded to take extra precautions and follow the state’s guidelines for drivers between 16 to 18 years old.
With the school year coming to a close and summer just around the corner, the students, staff and parents of Mokapu Elementary School on Marine Corps Base Hawaii held a sign-waving this week to remind drivers to Drive Aloha.
DTRIC Insurance teamed up with August Ahrens Elementary students and staff in Waipahu 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.
Commemorating the 35th year of its signature “Tie One On for Safety” red ribbon campaign, DTRIC’s traffic safety partner Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Hawaii kicked off this year’s campaign in Kakaako this week to remind the community about the dangers of impaired driving. The annual holiday event encourages drivers across Hawaii and our nation to display MADD red ribbons on their vehicles as a promise to plan ahead and designate a non-drinking driver.
Make it your New Year’s Resolution to show a little more aloha on the roadways this holiday season and the upcoming year. Let’s perfect those driving skills and take it back to the basics! Solid knowledge of driving etiquette and safety awareness positions you in the right direction to avoid collisions and other roadways hazards.