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As Halloween activities quickly approach, Auto Body Xperts wants to share a few safety tips from our friends at Many are wondering how to safely tackle the holidays, including Halloween, while in the midst of a global pandemic. COVID-19 has raised concern for many parents as they try to keep their children safe and limit virus exposure. To do so, extra pre-cautions need to be taken. Halloween may look different but can still be fun and entertaining.

Trick or treating safety

Trick or treating has always been a highlight for young kids. They get to dress up in fun, and sometimes scary, costumes and run through neighborhoods collecting candy.

Road Safety

Driving in the dark is already and struggle for some people; let alone drinking in the dark with a bunch of people/kids roaming the streets in dark costumes. While driving this Halloween if and accident occurs  and someone is injured, the bodily injury liability coverage in your car insurance policy will help pay the costs of the injured person. If damage is made to another vehicle contact your insurance company and then contact us. We will help you and work with your insurance company to ensure a smooth repair process.


Receiving candy on Halloween is sometimes a child’s favorite part. Many parents check over their kid’s candy before allowing them to eat it to make sure nothing is open or looks suspicious. This Halloween it is even more important to not let your kids eat any of the candy while they are out and about. A helpful tip/idea may be to carry hand sanitizer with you for your kids to clean their hands in between houses.¬† Once you arrive back home, everyone needs to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with antibacterial soap and water. After washing your hands, inspect the candy and wipe any wrappers down before giving to your kids.