Halloween Safety Tips

As every Halloween approaches each year, a parent can't help but be concerned about the safety and well being of their children. 

The Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA) recommends the following tips for a safe Halloween:

  • Try to Trick-or-Treat when there is still light outside.
  • Wear a costume that makes it easier for you to walk, see and be seen.
  • If you must go at night, make sure that your costume is light in color.
  • Carry a flashlight with you, so you can see and be seen easily.
  • Use reflective tape on your costume to be seen easily.
  • A mask may keep you from seeing well.    Take off your mask before crossing the street.
  • Use makeup instead of a mask.
  • Ask your parents, older brother or sister to Trick-or-Treat with you.
  • If someone older cannot go with you, Trick-or-Treat with a group.
  • Plan your Trick-or-Treat route ahead of time.  Pick well-lighted streets.
  • Cross only at corners.  Never cross between parked cars or mid-block.
  • Tell your family on which streets you will be Trick-or-Treating.
  • If there are no sidewalks, always walk facing traffic.
  • Wait until you get home to sort, check and eat your treats.

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