It’s almost that spooky time of year again when kids put on their most frightening costumes and go door-to-door trick-or-treating. Also, some kids wear black clothing, which makes it harder for drivers to see them. Therefore, you need to take precautions during this scary and festive holiday.
With all the candy, creepy masks, and spine-chilling decorations grabbing a kid’s attention, he or she might not be as careful as they should be. As a result, this hair-raising time of the fall season can also lead to pedestrian accidents and fatalities. Therefore, if you’re a parent, you need to make sure special care is taken when your kid is trick-or-treating or attending a Halloween party.