Driving the Road to Hana is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  Famous for its twists and turns, the Hana Highway can take time to navigate properly – especially if you want to experience all it has to offer.  So, don’t hog the road.  If there is a car behind you, it is considered good Road to Hana etiquette to pull over to the side and let it pass.  After all, the locals do have to get to work!  Secondly, don’t honk your horn on the Road to Hana – it is considered very un-Aloha and is only done in case of an emergency.  If the car in front of you is going slower than you were planning on traveling – relax, there’s plenty of time.

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