Halloween can be a scary time, but the fear should be all in fun. Help prevent a trick-or-treat tragedy by sticking to some basic safety guidelines when handing out treats to the neighborhood children.
Stick to handing out individually wrapped candy and treats. Many parents are wary of home-baked or unwrapped items.
Make sure treats that contain common allergens, such as peanuts, are clearly marked.
Turn on your outdoor light both as a signal that you are handing out candy, as well as to prevent anyone from tripping and falling in the dark.
Remove any obstacles from the walkways, such as a stray garden hose or unlit lawn decorations.
Park your car so as not to obstruct parents’ views of their children as they approach your door.
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