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Etler-Kettenacker Agency Blog: pedestrian safety

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For most of us, it's been a few years since Driver's Ed. Do you remember bus safety rules? This infographic breaks down when you should stop in relation to a bus on the road. You want to make sure you're following these guidelines, as they're designed to keep the bus's passengers safe! READ MORE >>

Halloween is Monday, friends! While it's certainly one of our favorite holidays of the year, it comes with its own set of safety concerns. Follow these tips for a safe and fun Halloween! Tips for kids: 1. Never let your child trick-or-treat alone. READ MORE >>

Daylight savings time creates a number of issues we didn't have to think about during the summer; such as driving in the dark and navigating that nighttime run. A few weeks ago, you could enjoy your post-work 5K in the light; but now, it's completely dark by 6 p.m. What's a runner to do? READ MORE >>

This week, we're wrapping up our Halloween-themed posts with a fun one: alternative treats to hand out. Now we're not suggesting you hand out toothbrushes or boxes of raisins; but nowadays, there are lots of treat options that won't put you at risk for having a tree full of toilet paper on November 1! READ MORE >>

Last week we talked about trick-or-treating tips for your kids; this week, it's all about safety guidelines for homeowners. Lots of people really get into Halloween decorations, with homemade "cemeteries" in their lawns, DIY Haunted Houses on their driveways, loads of lights, and lots of hanging skeletons, cobwebs and, of course, Jack o' Lanterns. READ MORE >>

Halloween season is upon us, with lots of local festivals and events happening before the big day. As your little ghouls and boys head out to collect their candy, make sure they follow these three tips for staying safe: 1. Never let your child trick-or-treat alone.   READ MORE >>

As your kids walk, bike, ride or even wait in line at the bus stop, it's important to make sure they know proper etiquette and safety rules. Here's a quick recap of basic pedestrian safety: If your child is walking to school: 1. They should only use designated crosswalks, such as at traffic lights or marked school crossing spots. READ MORE >>

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