I. M. Halloween(tm) Trick-or-treat safety Top Ten
Safety Rules

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Never, ever go trick-or-treating alone. 
Plan and review your trick-or-treating route with your parents before you begin. Do not stray from your planned route. 
Be very cautious of any strangers at houses or on the street. 
Never go inside a house -- accept treats only at the door.
Don't eat any candy until you get home, and be sure your parents check your candy before you eat it.
Everybody should wear a highly-visible or reflective costume and carry a flashlight when trick-or-treating at night. 
Stay on sidewalks and walkways.
Walk! Do not run in your costume because you might trip and injure yourself.
Carry a cell phone in case of an emergency. 
Always be sure to eat a good meal before going trick-or-treating.
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Halloween Trick or Treating Safety Rules
Read important Halloween safety rules here and learn how to be safe on Halloween while trick-or-treating this year.