As our little ghouls and goblins get ready for Halloween, drivers are being asked to be extra careful this week when driving through neighborhoods.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says Halloween is the deadliest night for pedestrians.
"As a leader in safety, AAA reminds parents and caregivers to be vigilant, as children can easily become distracted by the excitement of the night," said Linda Gorman, director of communications and public affairs for AAA Arizona. "Stay safe this Halloween by using extra caution and celebrating responsibly."
AAA has several suggestions for drivers to use to help keep the roads safer on Halloween:
AAA recommends parents and caregivers keep their ghouls and goblins safe with the following tips:
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