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. During National Child Passenger Safety Week from September 17 to 23, 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:
July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, the perfect time to remind drivers to prioritize security measures against potential theft.
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:
Spring break is almost here! With school out of session, you’ll likely find more teen and young adult drivers on the road, as well as children riding their bikes and walking around their neighborhoods. It’s important to be extra vigilant during this time to keep everyone safe. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.
We’re in the midst of Hawaii’s rainy season, which may mean higher risks of damage to your home and personal property. Whether you are a property owner or renter, here are a few preparedness tips to avoid potential damage and the likelihood of filing an insurance claim:
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:
The start of the new year is a perfect time to resolve to review your insurance policies to ensure that you are properly covered. This includes talking with your insurance agent to help tailor your coverage to reflect changes and new priorities. Get started with this checklist to protect what matters to you most:
Halloween is one of the most anticipated nights of the year for keiki. It allows children to dress up in costumes and walk excitedly through the neighborhoods searching for their next sweet treat. Here are 5 tips to keep you and your keiki safe:
October is National Fire Prevention Month. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there were an estimated 361,000 total residential structure fires last year. Reduce the risk of a household disaster by being aware of hazards and potentially dangerous behaviors. Here are 4 tips to keep you and your family safe: