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:
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.
Despite fewer motorists being on the road during this stay-at-home pandemic, a recent survey found that more motorists are drinking and driving.
Hawaii’s great weather year-round makes it ideal to go jogging or walking as a form of exercise and recreation.
But exercising outdoors means you may have to engage with traffic. If you run, particularly at night, you always need to protect yourself. This is not just from a traffic safety standpoint, but a security-related one as well.
Here are some tips to keep yourself safe while running:
Pedestrians are one of our most vulnerable when it comes to traffic fatalities because of the lack of protection during a collision.
Drive aloha and keep yourself, other drivers and pedestrians safe in the traffic. Here’s 22 traffic safety tips to be aware of: