AAA Safe Trick-Or-Treating Advice
(Baltimore, MD) -- AAA says Halloween is one of the most dangerous times of the year on the road.
That's why it's offering advice ahead of trick-or-treating tonight.
Drivers are urged to be extra cautious and to slow down, especially in residential neighborhoods.
Pedestrians, and kids in costumes, should wear reflective tape or clothing to help stay visible.
People are also urged to stay in groups.
Children are twice as likely to get hit and killed by a car on Halloween than any other day of the year, according to the National Safety Council.