News Releases for Transportation and Traffic Safety

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Keep Halloween Frightfully Fun By Preventing Potential Dangers

Keep Halloween Frightfully Fun By Preventing Potential Dangers

The Automobile Club of Southern California wants everyone to celebrate safely this Halloween. Drivers, pedestrians, party hosts, and homeowners can all take steps to avoid many common hazards that occur over the holiday. To help kids and their families prepare for fun, safe trick-or-treating this year, the Auto Club is hosting a pre-Halloween community event Sunday, Oct. 30.








Auto Club, CHP And Man Who Lost Father Ask Drivers To Slow Down Or Move Over This Holiday Season

Auto Club, CHP And Man Who Lost Father Ask Drivers To Slow Down Or Move Over This Holiday Season

An average of 24 emergency responders, including tow operators, are struck and killed by vehicles while working at the roadside each year – meaning someone in this line of work is killed, on average, every other week in America. The Automobile Club of Southern California is warning drivers over the busy holiday season to change lanes or slow down near roadside workers.



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