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:
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.
The end of the school year and the start of summer is the perfect time to embark on a delightful drive around the island or visit the beach. However, be sure to prioritize safety while enjoying these summer adventures. Here are some tips on how you can make the most of your summer excursions while keeping yourself and your loved ones protected on the road:
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!
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:
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.
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.