Health & Safety

Drive Safe with holoholo

Safety

When you drive with holoholo, we’re with you at every part of the trip. Safety is a top concern, not just for passengers but drivers as well. As a holoholo driver, you’re ‘Ohana. Through transparent communication, safety education, and technological solutions, we create a secure environment for everyone involved. From driver support to safety tips, holoholo ensures safe driving in Hawaii.

GPS Tracking

Our GPS system will track your every ride, so there’s a complete record of your trip. You can also share your approximate location with friends and family.

Clean Safe Vehicles

Drivers are required to keep their vehicles clean and safe. We provide a PPE kit with hand sanitizers, wipes, and masks to ensure your safety. You can also turn down riders without masks.

24/7 Driver Support​

Report incidents and assistance is available day or night. Contact driver support, a live person is ready to help.

Coronavirus Safety Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) remains a concern for the health and safety of our drivers and passengers alike. With COVID-19 or any evolving health crisis, holoholo works closely with public health authorities to provide up to date guidelines and guidance on how to better protect yourself and others while sharing a ride.

We encourage the following safety tips for dealing with Coronavirus:

Stay at home if you feel ill – If you’re experiencing COVID-19 including respiratory symptoms and high fevers, please, stay at home. Consult your doctor if symptoms persist or get worse.

Wash Hands Frequently – Remember to wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. You can also use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.

Cover your Cough or Sneeze – Please, use a tissue to cover your coughs and sneezes, and remember to throw away used tissues in the trash. You can also use the vampire cough, cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow.

Wear Masks – All drivers  wear facemasks to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses, and all passengers on board are required to wear face coverings.

Clean & Disinfect Everything – Sanitize your vehicle daily (and wipe down between trips) with close attention paid to surfaces that are frequently touched by you and passengers. Common areas to clean include doors and handles, windows, seat belts, steering wheel, gearshift, signaling levers, light and air controls, arm rests, and seats.

Ventilate Vehicle – Be sure to ventilate vehicles before and during the cleaning process. Also, set the fan to fresh air only (re-circulated air is not allowed).

Remember if you ever feel uncomfortable picking up passengers due to safety concerns including COVID-19 concerns, you can choose to cancel or decline a trip.

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