Safe driving saves lives

Drive the speed limit. Speed limits are set for safe driving conditions and to allow enough time to stop when needed.

Put your phone away. Avoid distracted driving by putting your phone away. Don’t text while driving and avoid using your phone even with hands-free options.

Obey all traffic signs and signals. They’re placed at designated locations to improve safety for drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists. But, they are only effective if you respect them.

Observe the right of way of other drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists.

Stop for pedestrians crossing the street, whether they’re in a crosswalk or at an unmarked intersection.

Slow down in school zones and neighborhoods. Be especially attentive in areas where keiki may be crossing the street or walking along the roadways.

Advocate for Change

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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