Road safety is important all the time, but it's especially important on Halloween. With kids out en mass, you need to stay safe and avoid incidents that injuries pedestrians while they go trick-or-treating.

These guidelines can help you ensure your safety on the road.

  • Make sure your car is visible to whoever you drive past and also be on the look-out for children entering and exiting cars.
  • Avoid distractions. Put down that phone!
  • Drive five MPH under the speed limit. This can give you more time to respond to dangers as they arise on the road.
  • Keep your headlights on, even if it isn't dark. This helps boost your car's visibility.

You know how busy things can get on Halloween. There's a reason it's one of the worst nights of the year for pedestrian-related accidents. By following these guidelines, however, you can minimize the risk of Halloween driving.

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