Random Fact Friday: There were errors in many useful products that we use every day. Floating soap, chocolate chip cookies, penicillin, the X-ray, and Post-it notes? It was a mistake to use floating soap from Ivory. The soap floats because there are too many air bubbles in the mixture. The floating bar has been floating ever since customers declared their love for it.
Safe Driving Advice for Halloween: When compared to other days of the year, Halloween is a time when children are twice as likely to be killed by a vehicle. Take additional watchfulness in the driver’s seat on Halloween and utilize the accompanying driving tips to protect stunt or-treaters.
- Accept Trick-or-Treaters’ Offers: Keep in mind that children will always run into the street.
- Avoid passing idling vehicles: You never know when the car in front of you will stop to drop off their children. When traveling near other vehicles, exercise extra caution and patience.
- Put your phone away: When driving in the dark, it’s especially important to avoid being distracted because children are congregating on the roads.
- Communicate with Other Vehicle Operators: When picking up or dropping off trick-or-treaters, use hazard lights. Additionally, always use turn signals.
- Consider Other Options: Choose routes that go around rather than through busy neighborhoods to avoid driving near trick-or-treaters.