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Pedestrian deaths are the highest they’ve been in more than 30 years, according to the preliminary results of a study recently released by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). Around 6,590 pedestrians died in collisions in 2019, up five percent from the previous year. The news is especially dismal in…

Catching a ride with Uber or Lyft seems like a safe decision. Isn’t it a good idea to get a ride instead of going out drinking and then risk driving under the influence? Isn’t it better to hire a driver who knows where he or she is going instead of…

Automakers are constantly developing technologies to protect pedestrians from dangerous collisions. But the success of these systems varies significantly depending on the make and model of the car, according to a recent study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Tests Show Certain Cars Are Better at Preventing Pedestrian…

There’s so much to see and do in Hawaii. You may want to hike Diamond Head, spend time on the beach and check out the museums and cultural opportunities throughout Honolulu. Do it! But keep in mind there are also dangerous activities that you should avoid during your visit. At…

Mopeds and scooters are popular ways to get around Honolulu. However, they are not necessarily the safest modes of transportation, especially in some of the city’s busiest areas.  Mopeds and scooters share many similar dangers. Both are small and lightweight, which make them less visible to other drivers. They also…

When you travel by motor vehicle or as a pedestrian in Hawaii, you’re at risk for injury. In fact, in high-traffic areas, your risk for collision increases, as well as in certain other situations, such as when navigating intersections or crosswalks. However, you are not responsible for the decisions and…

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