#parent | #kids | Halloween Weekend 2020 Brings Traffic Safety Triple Threat

TOWSON, MD (Wednesday, October 28, 2020) –– As Halloween 2020 approaches, AAA is raising concern for a dangerous traffic safety trifecta – increased pedestrian activity, drunk driving, and drowsy driving – all of which converge this Halloween weekend. The holiday falls on a Saturday this year, followed a few short hours later by “falling back” at the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 1.

While Halloween festivities amid the COVID-19 pandemic will likely look different for many communities, parents, trick-or-treaters, and party-goers, those planning to celebrate should not lose sight of safety first. 

Halloween Dangers – Child Pedestrian Safety and Drunk Driving

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