For many, Halloween is filled with festive costumes, glowing jack-o-lanterns and children running door-to-door yelling trick-or-treat. However, this holiday also means children are typically out past dark - creating potentially hazardous conditions for drivers, home owners, parents and trick-or-treaters.
"To help keep trick-or-treaters safe, Insurance.com has provided some helpful Halloween Safety Tips that everyone can use to ensure that Halloween is a night of treats and not a night a fright," stated David Roush, CEO of Insurance.com.
Halloween Safety Tips:
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