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Throw a Shaka

Courtesy is an important part of keeping our roads safe and will help prevent accidents. Show a little aloha on our roads.


Maintain a courteous and safe distance in traffic. Keep enough distance to allow for sudden braking and allow faster traffic to pass.

Give pedestrians every courtesy when they’re crossing the street. They have the right to expect the driver to let them cross the road safely.

Use signals. Let other drivers, pedestrians and cyclists know when you intend to turn, slow down or stop.

Say mahalo. A little thank you goes a long way. Throw a shaka to others who show courtesy on our streets, roads and highways.