Because excited trick-or-treaters tend to forget about traffic rules, drivers need to slow down and be extra careful on Halloween, according to a statement from AAA Auto Club South.
AAA also suggests that drivers:
- Keep an eye out for children in dark costumes
- Follow all street signs carefully
- Be vigilant when entering and exiting alleys and driveways
The statement also offers advice for trick-or-treaters and parents.
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