Trick or treaters will be out in force on Halloween. Drivers and trick or treaters need to follow safety precautions to ensure that they have a safe, not dangerous, holiday.
"Children and adults will be walking through neighborhoods all across Texas on Wednesday night. Many of those pedestrians will not be watching out for their safety, so drivers will have to be extra vigilant," said Col. Thomas A. Davis Jr., director of the DPS. "Drivers should slow down, watch for trick-or-treaters and designate a sober driver. All pedestrians should pay attention to their surroundings."
By following a few tips from the Texas Department of Public Safety, ghosts and goblins can return to their haunts safely and with a full bag of treats.
Have a safe costume:
Keep these tips in mind:
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