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The cost of renting a car in Hawaii
Restrictions on driving a rental car in Hawaii
Other Hawaiian driving options
Final word
 
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The cost of renting a car in Hawaii

If you travel to Hawaii for a few days or a couple of weeks, renting a car probably will not break the bank. However, if you stay there much longer than that, the price of renting a car will quickly show its downside as it will get quite costly.

Generally, it will cost you about $25 per day to rent a car in Hawaii. After two weeks that is $350. So, it will run you $700 per month to rent a car in Hawaii. That price does not even include gas which is typically more expensive in Hawaii than anywhere else in the United States.

This price also does not factor in the price of rental insurance either. That can cost an additional $10 to $20 per day. So, that could bring your potential $700 per month rental cost to $900 per month. If you skip the insurance, you risk quite a hefty bill if you happen to damage the car. This will be hundreds or even thousands of dollars in addition to the regular rental cost.
 

Restrictions on driving a rental car in Hawaii

On top of being expensive, renting a car in Hawaii comes with restrictions. The most infamous of these restrictions in Hawaii is that you can not take the vast majority of the rental vehicles off-roading. This will considerably limit where you can take the car.

If you do so and you end up damaging the car in anyway, you will be responsible for one hundred percent of the cost of the damage, even if you purchased the rental insurance.
 

Other Hawaiian driving options

If you have decided that you do not want to deal with the headache of renting a car in Hawaii, you do have a few other options.

  • Shipping – You can always ship your current car to Hawaii. On average, if you were to ship your car to Hawaii from Los Angeles it will cost about $1,750. So, you can have your very own car in Hawaii with no driving restrictions.
  • Selling/Buying – You can also sell your current car and then buy a new one when you get to Hawaii. However, this will require a lot more work than any of the other options and it will likely be the costliest options in terms of value.
  • Ride-share apps – Much like renting a car, you can use ride-share apps as a temporary or stop-gap option. It will likely be cheaper than renting a car because you only get charged when you use a ride-share app, not per-day. Uber and Lyft are available for use in Hawaii.

 

Final word

Renting a car in Hawaii is a fine option if you are only doing it for a short period. Otherwise it can get very expensive, plus, you will have several restrictions on where and how you can drive. Your other options are to ship your current car, sell your current car and buy a new one, as well as use ride share apps.

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Car battery 101
Hawaii’s weather and how it affects your battery
Advice for getting the most out of your battery
Conclusion
 
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Car battery 101

Your car’s battery is crucial to your engine’s function. If your battery is not working properly, your car will not run correctly. There are a few things that you need to keep in mind in order to keep your battery working the way it needs to be.

About once a month, you should get under the hood and clean any dirt and oxidation from the battery. You will find that most of the corrosion occurs near the battery nodules. So, in order to properly clean them you will need to remove the battery clamps temporarily. Doing this will ensure that the charge remains strong.

You should also ensure that the battery connection is secured properly. If it is not, the battery could become disconnected as you are driving which would shut the car off suddenly. This can be extremely dangerous because it puts you at high risk of getting into an accident.
 

Hawaii’s weather and how it affects your battery

Both high temperatures and low temperatures can negatively affect a car battery. In the case of Hawaii, it will obviously be high temperatures affecting your car’s battery. Higher temperatures can both cause internal liquids to evaporate as well as corrode vital internal parts of the battery.

Both of these things will cause the battery’s charge to weaken and for the battery to stop working much faster than normal.

You can prevent Hawaii’s high temperatures from affecting your battery this way by doing whatever you can in order to keep the car’s internal engine temperature down. The easiest way you can do this is by keeping your car in a garage when you are not using it. Keeping it in the shade or covered will also suffice.

You should also get your car’s engine checked by a mechanic. This way things such as possible leaks or faulty parts will not contribute to a rising temperature in your engine for very long.
 

Advice for getting the most out of your battery

If you want to make sure that your battery remains performing at its highest level, you can take the following steps:

  • Get your engine serviced – You should take your car into the mechanic at least twice a year. If there is something wrong with your battery, they will spot it whereas you might not.
  • Keep it clean – Be sure to wipe the battery clean of any corrosion or dirt. If you do not, the battery could be giving off a weaker charge than normal.
  • Make sure it is secure – As we mentioned earlier, having lose battery connections is a danger that you do not want to risk. Check your battery’s connections at least once a month.
  • Keep it cool – Do whatever you can to keep your battery from getting too hot in Hawaii. This includes keeping the car in a garage or shade as well as not pushing the engine too hard when you are driving.

 

Conclusion

Your car’s battery must be in good functioning condition in order for your car to run. One of the primary ways that something could cause your battery to stop working would be if it gets too hot which is a distinct possibility in Hawaii. Regardless, you should do whatever it takes for you to ensure that your battery is working at its highest level at all times.

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Your tires
Your driving technique
Car maintenance
Conclusion
 
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Your tires

When it comes to car safety, one of the most frequently overlooked areas is tire safety. If your tires are not functioning the right way, the consequences could be disastrous. Thankfully, it is not difficult at all to make sure that your tires are working the way they should be and keeping you safe.

First and foremost, you should keep a close eye on the pressure level in each of your tires. In hot climates, as you have in Hawaii, tire pressure tends to increase as the temperature does. Overinflated tires are very bad thing. If your tires are overinflated, they can blowout much more easily. If your tire blows out, you can easily lose control of your car and get into an accident.

You should check the pressure of each of your tires once each week in order to avoid any issues with over inflation.
 

Your driving technique

The way you drive is obviously also important to your safety when you are driving. If you drive too fast, change lanes too suddenly and/or without signaling, run red lights or stop signs etc. you are jeopardizing your own safety as well as the safety of everyone else who is driving around you.

If you want to take this concept to the next level rather than doing the bare minimum, you can take a defensive driving course. On top of teaching you how to drive in the safest fashion possible, taking the course will also lower the cost of your car insurance.
 

Car maintenance

Keeping your car running and in tip top shape is likely the most important factor when it comes to keeping your car safe. In order to do this, you should take your car in regularly for service appointments. If you hear any strange noises coming from your engine, you should take your car to a mechanic as soon as possible and avoid driving that particular car until you are able to service it.

Beyond your engine, you should be vigilant about more routine maintenance such as having your oil changed every five thousand miles driven. Not getting your oil changed could result in several engine problems. Most often, not getting your oil changed will cause your engine to run too hot. This risk is even higher in a hot climate like Hawaii, so, get your oil changed.

You should also make sure that your headlights, brights, signal lights and brake lights are working properly. If possible, keep spares for each in your car just in case one burns out, and you need to make a quick change. If you end up driving with one of these out, you risk another car not being able to see you which increases the chance for an accident occurring.
 

Conclusion

Keeping your car safe and sound in Hawaii is easy so long as you make the right effort. You need to pay close attention to your tires, engine and any other maintenance that your car needs. Taking a defensive driving course will also help in terms of sharpening your own safe driving habits. Finally, be sure that you obey all local driving laws including but not limited to driving the speed limit when you are driving in Hawaii.

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Hawaii’s weather and your tires
Hawaii’s roads
Tips for tire safety in Hawaii
Conclusion
 
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Hawaii’s weather and your tires

Hawaii is considered by many one of the very best places in the world to be because of its gorgeous warm weather. What many people do not know is that the hot weather in Hawaii is not any good for your tires. Hawaii’s average winter temperature is 78 degrees while its average summer temperature is 85 degrees. This also means that temperatures are also frequently higher than this.

What this means for your tires is that they will be overheated and weakened. The pavement that constantly makes contact with your tires as you drive is extremely hot. The pavement can reach temperatures almost twice as hot as the weather. Constant friction with the pavement is a great way to wear the treads and grip off the tires quickly.

The warm weather will also increase the pressure within the tires. This will put you at a higher risk of having a blowout which can be extremely dangerous depending on where you are driving as well as how fast you are driving.
 

Hawaii’s roads

You also need to consider the effect that Hawaii’s roads have on your tires. The condition of Hawaii’s roads has been pretty bad to say the least. As of November of 2019 Hawaii, had the third worst roads of any state in the US according to a study done by ConsumerAffairs.

According to the study, over forty percent of Hawaii’s roads were considered to be in poor condition. Some factors included high levels of traffic congestion and poor road maintenance. However, for our purposes, the most important factor to pay attention to is “tire-damaging roads.” Many roads have potholes that need to be repaired and some need to be repaved completely.
 

Tips for tire safety in Hawaii

  • Tire pressure – As we mentioned earlier, Hawaii’s weather can increase your tire pressure to an unsafe level. Having a tire leak can decrease tire pressure to an unsafe level. Make sure you check your tire pressure regularly and fix it if it needs to be increased or decreased.
  • Keep it slow in the rain – No matter how much you might have spent on “all-weather” tires, driving too fast in the rain is an unnecessary risk. It rains pretty often and sometimes suddenly in Hawaii, so take it slow when it does.
  • Slow down and keep an eye out for potholes – Avoiding hitting a pothole is not always possible. However, if you slow down and keep your eyes peeled, you will be able to avoid much more of them.
  • Get the sidewalls checked – The sidewalls of your tires are critical to the structural integrity to the tire itself. Whenever you take your car to the mechanic, get the sidewalls of your tires checked.
  • Get your tires rotated or changed – Rotating your tires is more important than most people think. By rotating your tires, you are ensuring that your tires will wear evenly over time which is important to their overall function and performance.

 

Conclusion

Your tires are quite important in Hawaii. You need to pay attention to them as well as how they perform. Be careful while you are out on the road in Hawaii because many of the roads are in at least a bit of disrepair and there tends to be higher than average traffic in more populated areas like Honolulu.

Do not forget, if you are headed to Hawaii, you only have one option in terms of getting your car there, shipping it. You can always give us a call at (808) 445-6695 for a free quote!

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Terrestrial radio
Satellite radio
Other forms of in-car entertainment in Hawaii
Conclusion
 
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Terrestrial radio

As with anywhere else in the country Hawaii has many terrestrial radio stations available. This includes both FM and AM frequencies. These stations broadcast a variety of programming including news, talk, music and more.

The FM stations tend to play music from a variety of genres including dance, top 40, rock, hip-hop, reggae and more. The AM stations tend to focus more on news and talk.

Both AM and FM radio are free so long as you have a functioning radio in your car. Because it is free, it has a high number of programming interruptions for advertising. The sound quality of FM is usually pretty good while the quality of AM radio tends to be low.

Some popular FM stations in Hawaii include: 92.3 KSSK which is variety, 102.7 KDDB which is hits, 101.1 KORL-FM which is oldies, and 93.5 KPOA which is Hawaiian music.
 

Satellite radio

Satellite radio is much different than typical terrestrial radio. Some of the primary differences include the fact that you must pay a monthly subscription fee, you must have a separate device installed in order to listen, the sound quality is considerably higher and there are extremely few to no advertisements.

SiriusXM is, by far, the biggest provider of satellite radio in the country. SiriusXM could even be described as a monopoly because of how much of the market they hold. However, they offer hundreds of channels of programming with an exceptionally high variety. Right now, it costs $10.99 per month for the basic package which is music only. Pricing ranges up to $21.99 per month for access to all music, entertainment and talk channels.

Unfortunately, in Hawaii, Sirius XM is only available for streaming on your mobile device for the time being. However, you can always connect your phone to your car’s speakers using a simple auxiliary hook up.
 

Other forms of in-car entertainment in Hawaii

There are several other forms of in-car entertainment available in Hawaii. They are as follows:

  • Streaming services – Just as you can use your phone to stream SiriusXM in your car in Hawaii, you can do the same for several music streaming services such as Pandora or Spotify. These music streaming services are now SiriusXMs top competitors.
  • Television – This is obviously only for your passengers only. However, it can be useful if you have children how tend to become a distraction when they are in your car. Whether or not you can have TVs installed in your vehicle depends on the model and year of the car.
  • CD players – Some cars still have CD players and some still have the ability to have them installed. You can find out if your car can have one installed by calling a business that does car customizations such as Best Buy. You can also connect certain types of portable CD players to your car’s stereo through an auxiliary device as well. –

 

Conclusion

In Hawaii, you have a bunch of options in terms of in-car entertainment. These options range from regular, radio, to satellite radio, to streaming services. It is obviously up to you and the type of car that you have. The important thing to remember is that you should always concentrate on the road at all times and never let yourself get distracted by any form of in-car entertainment.

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Getting your car to Oahu
Parking, traffic and gas in Oahu
What you can see with your car in Oahu
Conclusion
 


 

Getting your car to Oahu

If you are on your way to Oahu and you plan on taking your car with you, your only option will be to ship it there. Shipping your car to Oahu is as simple as getting a quote for your car shipping company, booking your shipment/scheduling your pickup and delivery, and preparing for your pickup.

In terms of shipping a car specifically to Oahu, you can have your car picked up at your door anywhere in the continental United States. After that, it will be shipped on an auto carrier truck to a US port where it will be loaded onto a ship where it will be shipped to the port in Oahu.

It is there that you will pick up the car. You will be notified when your car arrives at the Oahu port. You will then have a few days to pick it up before you start getting charged storage fees.
 

Parking, traffic and gas in Oahu

Once you have your car in Oahu, you will need to know where you can park, how you can avoid getting stuck in traffic and what gas is going to cost you. Parking can be difficult in certain areas of Oahu especially during certain times.

You will have the most difficulty finding parking in an area such as Honolulu because of the high population. Your best bet to find parking in Honolulu is to pay for parking either in a lot or by meter. There is free parking available but those lots are small and fill up quickly.

It is no coincidence that the most traffic also happens to be in and around the Honolulu area as well. In particular, Honolulu’s traffic is worst at rush hour. This is pretty similar to the rest of the country but a bit earlier. Rush hour in Honolulu usually falls around 8 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon. So, if you are driving in Honolulu during the week, we recommend leaving before 7 AM or after 5 PM. Otherwise, at other times and in other places on Honolulu traffic usually will not be too bad.

Finally, you will need to know how much gas will impact your budget in Hawaii. Unfortunately, Hawaii consistently has some of the highest gas prices in the country. More often than not it is the highest in the country. However, it only averages out to a little under three dollars a gallon. So, regardless if it is the highest in the country or not, it will not break the bank for you when you are fueling your car in Oahu.
 

What you can see with your car in Oahu

Oahu is one of the best places on the planet to go sight-seeing. So, once you are there take the chance to see the following:

  • Diamond Head
  • Hanauma Bay
  • Kualoa Ranch
  • Manoa Falls

 

Conclusion

Getting your car to Oahu is easy, all you need to do is ship it there. After that, parking and traffic might not be the best in Honolulu and gas prices will be pretty high by comparison to anywhere else in the US. However, these are extremely small prices to pay for the wonderful life you will have and the sights that you will see in Oahu.

If you choose to bring your car to Oahu, you can do so with ease by calling us today for a free quote at (808) 445-6695.

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The first cars in Hawaii
The evolution of cars in Hawaii
Cars in Hawaii today
Final word
 
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The first cars in Hawaii

Hawaii saw its very first cars in 1899. This is only three years after the very first car appeared in the country. The car in Hawaii was called a Locomobile. A Locomobile is a type of early automobile that looks just like a horseless carriage.

The Model T did not reach Hawaii until 1905. This was for two reasons. Ford Motor Co. did not start until 1903 and then it took two years for the cars to reach Hawaii.
 

The evolution of cars in Hawaii

Just as cars in Hawaii followed the trend of the rest of the country with the dawn of cars, it did so with the continual evolution of cars. For years, the types of cars that you would see in Hawaii were a bit behind the rest of the country due to the lack of shipping and manufacturer of different types of cars in Hawaii. However, by the 1950’s larger freight capacity become more readily available for air and sea.

Thus, many more types of cars became available in Hawaii at this point. Since then, Hawaii has kept up with the rest of the country and the world with the evolution of automobiles.
 

Cars in Hawaii today

Cars in Hawaii today are still as numerous and have as much variety as anywhere else in the world. For example, the growing trend of electric vehicles is as popular in Hawaii as it is anywhere else in the country. In fact, as recently as 2017 Hawaii had the second highest rate of electric vehicles per one thousand residents behind only California.

According to recent data, since 1995, the total combined miles driven on the island of Oahu in Hawaii has risen from just over 5 billion miles to just over 7 billion miles. During the same time, there was a thirty one percent increase in the number of registered vehicles in Hawaii as well.

The increase in automobiles in Hawaii over the years has led to noticeable amounts of traffic as well as heavy amounts of road depreciation resulting in high increases in imperfections such as potholes.
 

Final word

The hundred and twenty year history and evolution of cars in Hawaii is full of growth. This has been both good and bad for the state. Hawaii now has the same access to cars and variety of cars as the rest of the world. However, this has also caused considerable increases in the depreciation of the condition of roads as well as overall traffic.

If you already have a car but it is not in Hawaii, your only option will be to ship it there. If that is what you end up choosing to do, Hawaii Car Transport can get your car to any island with ease. You can book your shipment today by visiting our website or by calling (808) 445-6695.

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The cost of gas in Hawaii
Why fuel economy in is important in Hawaii
Advice for using less gas
Conclusion
 
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The cost of gas in Hawaii

The cost of gas in Hawaii is constantly among the nations highest. In fact, it is usually has the single highest average gas prices in the country. At the beginning of April 2020, when this was being written, Hawaii had the highest gas prices in the country at $3.34 when the national average was $1.97.
 

Why fuel economy is important in Hawaii

Fuel economy is essentially how efficiently your particular vehicle uses gas. This is obviously different for every type of car. Typically, larger cars like Hummers are called “gas guzzlers” because their fuel economy is very poor. This is due to the fact that in order to move such large cars, the engines need to work harder, hence they use more gas.

Electric cars have the best fuel economy by a long shot because they use a combination of gas and electricity to power the engine. Thus, gas is used at a much slower rate.

In general, a great fuel economy is between thirty and forty miles per gallon. Whereas a bad fuel economy would be less than twenty miles per gallon. However, Electric vehicles tend to have fuel economies over a hundred miles per gallon. But these cars are very expensive to buy and will also cost you money in the cost of electricity.

If you are in the market for a new car and fuel efficiency matters to you consider cars such as the Chevrolet Spark, Mazda MX-5, or any hybrid. Try and avoid larger cars like Hummers and Escalades.

The price of gas in Hawaii fluctuates as it does anywhere else in the country. However, the price always remains much higher than average. Therefore, fuel economy is so very important in Hawaii. Also consider that traffic can be problematic in Hawaii, so, it is easy to burn through gas here. Thus, fuel economy matters.
 

Advice for using less gas

Whether or not you have a fuel-efficient vehicle, you can do a few simple things to help your car better conserve gas:

  • Keep your tires inflated properly – Simply put, the more underinflated your tires are the more mileage per gallon of gas you will lose. Be sure that your tires are inflated to the level recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Slow down – This should not be an issue in Hawaii because of how slowly the people in front of you tend to drive but the faster you drive the more gas you will burn. So, take it nice and easy like the other drivers in Hawaii routinely do.
  • Forget idling – There really is no reason to idle in Hawaii. Normally, people do it to warm up their car or to keep it warm. In Hawaii temperatures will always be either warm or hot, so idling makes no sense when you consider how much gas it wastes.
  • Lose the extra weight – The more a car weighs, the harder the engine will need to work, the more fuel it will burn at a faster rate. This is why larger cars like Escalades burn more fuel then smaller cars. So, if you have anything in your car that you can afford to take out, do so.
  • Get your car serviced – Making sure that your engine is running properly and at its top efficiency is critical to maximizing how well your car can conserve gas. Always get your car checked out by a mechanic when your check engine light comes on.

 

Conclusion

Fuel is almost more expensive in Hawaii than it is anywhere else in the entire United States. So, it only makes sense to try and get the most mileage out of the gas that you get. It also makes sense to do whatever you can not to waste any fuel. If you will be driving in Hawaii, consider getting a more fuel-efficient vehicle such as a hybrid.

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Moving violations versus parking tickets in Hawaii
Traffic moves different in Hawaii
Tips for avoiding a ticket in Hawaii
 
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Moving violations versus parking tickets in Hawaii

Just like anywhere else in the United States, you can get a ticket for parking or you can get a ticket for parking. Parking tickets will not require that you show up in court for an appearance. However, depending on the moving violation that you commit, you might have to show up in court.

The best bet is always to drive safely and avoid getting a ticket at all costs. The majority of tickets issued in Hawaii are for parking and the majority of moving violations are issued for speeding. As you will read in the next section, many people in Hawaii drive the speed limit or less, so, if you are speeding you will stick out and likely get caught.

If you do end up getting a ticket, you can pay in person at any district court in Hawaii. You can also mail the ticket in to the address that is provided on the ticket. You may also pay online here.

As you might expect, you can get a citation for speeding, running a red light or stop sign, changing lanes without signaling and more.

When it comes to parking in Hawaii, always keep an eye out for parking signs or meters. Also, some areas make use of painted curbs. So, if the curb is painted blue it means that parking is for handicapped use only.
 

Traffic moves different in Hawaii

In Hawaii, you will notice that traffic moves considerably slower than anywhere else in the country. This is because people’s attitudes are different in Hawaii. People tend to take things easier and be more relaxed in Hawaii. In fact, people only really use their horns to say hello rather than “Get out of the way!”.

So, do not expect to cruise at 75 miles per hour in the left lane in Hawaii. Give your self some extra time when you are traveling somewhere. If a trip typically takes twenty minutes, give yourself thirty minutes.
 

Tips for avoiding a ticket in Hawaii

If you want to avoid getting a ticket in Hawaii, use the following tips:

  • Be polite – If you do get pulled over, be polite and respectful to the officer. It could end up being the difference in whether or not you get a ticket.
  • Fix whatever needs it – If you have a headlight or taillight that needs to be replaced, be sure that you fix it immediately.
  • Obey the rules – Do not drive over the speed limit, run red lights, drive aggressively or break any other laws when you are driving in Hawaii.
  • Give yourself some extra time – To avoid the temptation to speed or drive aggressively in Hawaii, you should take some extra time when you need to travel somewhere.
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How you can get your car to Maui
What you need to know about having your car in Maui
Things you should see with your car in Maui
Conclusion
 
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How you can get your car to Maui

As you know, there are no highways or roads connecting Hawaii to the rest of the United States. So, you obviously cannot drive your car there. Your options for getting your car there are shipping it by plane or shipping it by boat. Otherwise, you would need to leave your current car and rent a car in Hawaii or sell your current car and buy a new car in Hawaii. Both of those options can get outrageously expensive.

 

What you need to know about having your car in Maui

Driving in Maui and Hawaii is a bit different than it is anywhere else in the country. First of all, you will notice that traffic moves much slower here. It is not because there is a high volume of traffic or because there are a lot of accidents. It is simply because that is how the residents prefer to drive. So, take it easy and slow down.

There is traffic though and a considerable amount too. It is typical rush hour traffic. But it is a little earlier than most other places. You will usually see the most traffic in Maui between Kahului and Lahaina in the late afternoon around 4 PM or so. Try to travel before or after the late afternoon if at all possible.

You will also see some animals crossing the road in Maui such as deer and cattle. So, always keep your eyes peeled and pay attention to the road.

Parking in Maui can be difficult at times. You will have the option of paying for parking, but it can get pretty expensive. There are some free lots in areas like Lahaina and Kaanapali. You can also stop at some stores, buy something small and, as a result, have your parking validated.
 

Things you should see with your car in Maui

One of the best upsides to having your car with you in Maui is that you will be able to see all of the great sights. Here are the best sights that you can drive to see in Maui:

  • Maluaka Beach – Maluaka Beach is a beautiful beach with bright blue waters and pristine. It is also one of the very best spots in all of Hawaii for snorkeling.
  • Hana Highway – Hana Highway is a perfect sight-seeing adventure to embark on with your car. The road is about sixty miles long and has a bunch of great sights such as breathtaking overlooks, waterfalls, forests, beaches and more.
  • Haleakala Crater – This is a dormant volcano with some incredible views including one of the best spots to watch a sunrise in the entire world. You do need a reservation to watch the sunrise which you can book here.
  • Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm – This is one of the most serene and relaxing experiences in all of Hawaii. It is also quite picturesque.

 

Conclusion

There are a couple of things that are different about driving in Maui. However, slower driving and moderately difficult parking is worth all of the wonderful sights that you will see when you are there with your car.

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