“Stop If You Love Me” traffic safety campaign

Last month, the state Department of Education held its annual “Stop If You Love Me” traffic safety campaign, co-sponsored by DTRIC Insurance and Par Hawaii.

Over 7,000 elementary, middle and high school students from over 60 schools statewide participated in various activities this month to encourage drivers to eliminate dangerous behaviors while behind the wheel. DTRIC staff teamed up with Farrington High School students and faculty on February 19 for a sign-waving event fronting the school campus.

As part of the DOE campaign, DTRIC Insurance and Par Hawaii also held a statewide contest last month for public school students to encourage adult drivers to take the Drive Aloha pledge in a community effort to make Hawaii’s roads safer and friendlier. Congratulations to Aiea High School on Oahu and Lihikai Elementary School on Maui! The two schools came up with the highest number of pledges with adults signing up with 432 and 385, respectively! For its efforts, the school will receive a $500 cash prize from DTRIC Insurance and Par Hawaii.

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When you pledge to practice responsible, courteous, and safe habits on the road, we’ll send you a Drive Aloha window decal to proudly display!

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