BooooooOctober 30, 2010 | in The Daily Drive
Halloween is a fun holiday for kids of all sizes as we get dressed up in an effort to scare up some tricks and treats. One thing to keep in mind, there are going to be a lot of little kids out and about Sunday night and it will be dark. Please exercise the appropriate level of care on All Hallows Eve!
DefensiveDriving.com wants everyone to enjoy the holiday and one of the items we emphasize in our safety driving video is speed is the leading factor which contributes to accidents, the severity of the accident and the likelihood of having an accident. Slow down this weekend, there are too many little ghosts and goblins out there who will get hurt if you are a monster behind the wheel or have Frankenfoot. Do yourself and your neighbors a favor, exercise defensive driving tenet 101 – Slow down! Also, make sure you have properly cleaned and functioning headlights.
You would much rather have treats vs. tricks and everyone needs to be safe on this night when so many kids are out. You don’t want to be that ghost who is getting busted Halloween night!
Be Safe, Drive Friendly and slow down!
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