Halloween is right around the corner, and is one of those holidays that can be fun for all ages. But with that fun comes responsibility, and driving during the Halloween weekend can be scary in its own right. Statistically, it is one of the most dangerous times to drive all year, with nearly 5,000 car crashes on average annually for the last ten years. The National Safety Council has prepared a great document detailing some safety tips for both motorists and parents to ensure that this year your Halloween is a good one. Drive defensively and watch out for all those little ghosts and ghouls who are out trick or treating.

Safety Tips from the NSC


by Fuller & Fuller Attorneys at Law
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