National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

1. Minimize distractions while driving

While in-vehicle technology may be convenient, it can also be very distracting. Since driving requires your full attention, turn on your phone’s Do Not Disturb setting to limit distractions.

2. Be aware of your surroundings

Parking lots are high-traffic areas with lots of activity. Before you pull out of your parking stall, get your GPS directions ready, if needed, set your music or podcast, and put your phone away. By being prepared, you’ll be able to focus on the surrounding areas while exiting.

3. Change your driving mentality

Show a little aloha on the roadways. Practice patience and be sure to follow all traffic laws. Fellow motorists will thank you for it.

4. Commit to Drive Aloha

As a family, take the Drive Aloha pledge and commit to safe, distraction-free driving. To learn other traffic safety tips, go to our website at

Remember, taking your eyes off the road for only a second can change your life or someone else’s forever!

Advocate for Change

When you pledge to practice responsible, courteous, and safe habits on the road, you become a Drive Aloha Ambassador. We’ll send you a Drive Aloha window decal to proudly display your commitment to promote traffic safety!

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