Halloween is just around the corner which means the streets of New Haven will soon be filled with costumed trick-or-treaters, especially since the holiday falls on a Friday this year. While Halloween is associated with fun and candy, it can also be very dangerous.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is one of the most common three days of the year for pedestrian accidents and fatalities. For that reason, trick-or-treaters, parents and motorists must make safety a priority.
Here are some important safety tips to follow from The AAA Exchange:
Tips for trick-or-treaters:
Tips for parents:
Tips for drivers:
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