Insurance.com, the nation’s largest online auto insurance agency, is helping children and parents keep safe with a selection of useful Halloween Safety Tips.
Halloween has the highest rate of child-related pedestrian injuries, in fact according to the leading worldwide children’s safety organization, Safe Kids Worldwide, children are four times more likely to suffer a pedestrian-related injury on Halloween than on any other night of the year.
“Halloween is one of the most dangerous nights for pedestrians, especially young trick-or-treaters,” states David Roush, CEO of Insurance.com. “That is why Insurance.com is committed to helping keep children safe and sound on Halloween night by providing helpful Halloween Safety Tips parents and children can use while trick-or-treating.”
Insurance.com has published an article on their website containing helpful Halloween Safety Tips. The article contains advice on safe Halloween costumes, and how to help make children more visible to drivers at night. The Insurance.com article also offers some suggestions about organized Halloween activities that do not require neighborhood trick-or-treating, such as events at local zoos or museums.
Auto insurance agency Insurance.com wishes everyone, pedestrians and drivers alike, a happy and safe Halloween.
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