Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers and Pedestrians

parent with trick or treatersThat is why drivers, trick-or-treaters, parents and pedestrians who plan to go out on Halloween need to have a safety plan to avoid an accident.

Here are five tips for drivers to avoid an accident on Halloween:

  1. Reduce your speed and be on the lookout for children and parents who are walking along the road.
  2. Be extra cautious when entering and exiting driveways.
  3. Ensure your headlights are turned on to increase visibility for pedestrians and yourself.
  4. At dusk and nighttime, scan the road for children wearing dark colored costumes who are out trick-or-treating.
  5. The most popular trick-or-treating hours are from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. so be extra careful during that time period.
  6. Do not engage in impaired driving.

Pedestrians should follow these safety tips to avoid an accident:

  1. Young children who are trick-or-treating should always be accompanied by a parent.
  2. If your children are headed out alone, tell them to stick to areas that are well-lit and not to trick-or-treat by themselves.
  3. If your older children are going trick-or-treating in a group, plan out a route in advance.
  4. Instruct your children to never enter a person’s home.
  5. Remind your children not to eat candy until it has been checked by an adult.
  6. Set a curfew for your children.
  7. Instruct your children to only approach houses that are well-lit.
  8. Trick-or-treaters and parents should avoid using electronics and be aware of their surroundings.
  9. Cross roads in crosswalks and at corners that use traffic signals.

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