Share your impressions on the state of driver courtesy on Hawaii’s roads and highways by answering these survey questions.
Courtesy By The Numbers
In 2012, we surveyed nearly 800 drivers to get some hard data on the state of driver courtesy along Hawaii’s streets and highways.
How We Drive MattersHere are ways to be more courteous behind the wheel:
- Acknowledge courtesy on the road with a wave or shaka.
- Drive in the right or middle lane. Pass on the left.
- Signal several hundred feet before turning or changing lanes.