Whether you’re celebrating with a party, handing out candy to the neighborhood or on the road during trick-or-treating hours, these Halloween safety tips are designed with adults in mind.
- Practice defensive driving and remove all distractions when behind the wheel.
- If alcohol will be present, encourage party guests to walk to your home, arrange for a designated driver or plan to use a rideshare service at the end of the night.
- Make sure your property (sidewalks, pathways, etc.) are lit and clear of hazards.
Check out the HSI Emergency care blog for more adult Halloween safety tips!
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