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How to make sure drivers can see your trick-or-treater

Try one of these options before you head out for the big night!

By Today's Parent
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1. Place reflective tape on the front and back of his costume.

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2. Wrap Glow Sticks around his wrists.

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3. Buy a trick-or-treat bag that glows in the dark or lights up.

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Tip: Kids need to be able to see, too! A mask may impair her vision, so use face-paint instead.

—Tips courtesy of Chris Boddy of the Toronto Police Service (@TPSChrisBoddy)

A version of this article appeared in our October 2015 issue with the headline,"How to make sure drivers can see your trick-or-treater", p. 46.

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