It never fails. Every year the same old trick or treating safety tips. For the most part, it's good advice. There's a lot of bad people out there and you could find yourself in a lot of danger. Or could have a really bad accident. Now admittedly, it's night, and most people aren't used to seeing kids walking down the road. However, it's also an old as dirt holiday and nobody driving now doesn't know what goes on on Halloween night. I don't know, but somehow the act of wearing a costume renders you invisible to anyone behind the wheel of a car.
Reflective tape is always a good idea. Stick some of that on yourself and car lights will reflect. Usually quite obnoxiously and hard to not see. I was always a big fan of the glow stick. There's nothing cooler than a glow stick. So getting the chance to carry one was hard to pass up. Even better, tie some yarn around it and let it dangle like some creepy spirit orb. To everyone else you've just got a pink stick hanging off some string. However, in the moment, it's some kind of spooky magic.