Menards, the largest grocery chain in Hawaii, has begun installing stickers on trucks it leases from its ice truck rental business.
The stickers, which were installed at locations in Kona, Maui, Kona City, Mauai and Kailua, Hawaii, are a first in the state.
The company says the stickers were installed to make truck parking a more convenient experience for its customers.
The new stickers were created by the truck rental company in partnership with the Honolulu Police Department, which installed the stickers.
Menards truck owners who leased a truck through the company can now pay $2.95 per month to get the stickers, Menards said.
It is the company’s first move to help its drivers.
The Honolulu Police department says the new stickers will help increase customer satisfaction.
The Police Department also is testing stickers that would show the owner of the truck.
In addition, Menands said the stickers are a way to help deter theft.
Menashes truck rental businesses have been working with police to install the stickers at locations throughout the state, Menard said.