Are you ready for the ghosts, goblins, witches and other scary costumes that will be roaming your neighborhoods next week? We want to make sure you and your family have a fun, but safe, trick-or-treating Halloween adventure!

halloweenTrick-or-Treating. Costumes should be be reflective and bright, this way cars will be able to see you if your neighborhood doesn’t have sidewalks, also wear sensible shoes to avoid tripping. If your costume is dark, plan on carrying a reflective trick-or-treat bag. Stay in a large group of people and don’t enter homes or cars if offered candy.

Handing Out Candy. Make sure your yard has been cleaned up of any debris that be dangerous for young children and replace any lightbulbs that have burnt out. If you’re not handing out candy, make sure your lights have been turned off until Trick-or-Treating has finished.

If you have a headlight or taillight out on your car or truck, stop by our shop and we will have you on your way in no time!