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7 Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating

Halloween is an exciting time of year, especially when there isn’t snow on the ground. Small towns and big cities alike are full of festivity with plenty of candy, decorations, and princesses walking hand-in-hand with zombies.

Even though it may feel like you’re in another world, the same traffic rules apply. Whether you’re driving or walking with friends or children, it’s important to observe a few simple safety rules:

As a pedestrian, it’s important to remember that roads are just as dangerous on Halloween as they are on any other night. This can be easy to forget when there are so many people walking around the neighborhood and there aren’t many cars. To ensure safety:

Keeping these simple rules in mind will help you have a fun and safe Halloween.