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Children (and some adults) look forward to the end of October and Halloween festivities.
So far, this October has brought sunshine, a lot of rain and even snow in certain areas. With today’s rain and dropping temperatures, it is important to take some extra precautions when trick or treating and when driving through residential areas on your way home.
Regardless of what time you are on the road, and of the weather, there are certain safety recommendations that you should bear in mind when it comes to ensuring the safety of all road users, including trick-or-treators.
According to a recent study from the University of British Colombia (UBC), Halloween is the deadliest night for pedestrians. Researchers compared data from 1975 to 2016. They found the deadliest times were between 5pm and 8pm.
Important study findings include:
Here are some useful safety tips for Trick or Treating:
Trick-or-Treators (and their parents):
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