Nissan Canada Brings Back Glow Guards for a Safer Halloween Season
Reflective Stickers Return to Dealerships Across Canada this October
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Nissan Canada Brings Back Glow Guards for a Safer
“Halloween is an exciting time of year, which is why Nissan Canada is committed to helping pedestrians and drivers celebrate it safely,” said
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However, this does not mean the festivities have to stop. Nissan Canada is sharing five safety tips to help keep kids and drivers safe on the roads this
Make Visibility Your Number One Accessory – Adding reflective stickers to costumes is an easy way to help children remain visible to drivers during evening outings. Parents can visit Nissan dealerships across Canada to pick-up Glow Guards—peel-and-stick reflective stickers that can easily be attached to children’s clothing or
Halloweencostumes to deliver a safe, highly visible pedestrian indication to drivers.
Dress for the Occasion –Prevent trips and falls by ensuring costumes fit properly, avoiding loose strings and long fabrics. While wands and swords make great accessories for indoor parties, they can be a potential safety hazard when trick-or-treating, so try to limit them. Instead of full
Halloweenface masks, which can reduce peripheral vision, consider giving your face mask a makeover. Available in fun graphics like vampire teeth, Nissan mask stickers are a great way to customize face masks.
Put Planning at the Forefront –If children are old enough to go trick-or-treating by themselves, sit down with them to plan their route in advance. Encourage them to only visit homes within the neighbourhood and stay within their group. Also, remind kids of road safety practices, including staying on well-lit streets, walking—not running—from house to house, and always checking both ways before crossing the street.
Stay Alert While on the Road –Whether driving kids to a friend’s house or returning home after a party, drivers should practice an abundance of caution when driving on
Halloweennight. Drive slowly in residential areas, watch for children who may unexpectedly dart into traffic and keep an eye out for stragglers at crosswalks. Additionally, parents transporting their kids to activities should find a safe spot for drop-off and pick-up and use their hazard lights to notify nearby drivers.
Follow Local Health Guidelines – Be sure to check and follow local, provincial, and federal health and safety regulations and guidelines before embarking on trick-or-treating to ensure a safe and spooktacular
Halloweenseason for everyone. In addition to practicing safe physical distancing, don’t forget to wear a face mask.
Nissan first launched Glow Guards in 2019, successfully reaching hundreds of thousands of Canadians through traditional and digital media channels, exhausting Glow Guard supplies at Nissan dealerships across Canada. To help parents and guardians continue to encourage a safe
Glow Guards, including standard reflective stickers,
To find the nearest dealership to you, please visit www.nissan.ca/dealer-locator.html.
Nissan is a global full-line vehicle manufacturer that sells more than 60 models under the Nissan, INFINITI and Datsun brands. In fiscal year 2018, the company sold 5.52 million vehicles globally, generating revenue of
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