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AAA urges motorists to pay special attention Saturday

Halloween is always an important time to bring attention to traffic safety.

With all the little ghosts and goblins walking the neighborhoods trick-or-treating, AAA reminds pedestrians and drivers alike to be mindful and safe. However, 2020 is particularly noteworthy as multiple events converge.

Halloween on Saturday—No school or work the next day for many means more reasons to have fun. Trick-or-treating is still happening in many cities across Hampton Roads, and with COVID-19 restrictions on gathering sizes increased to 250 people, we’re bound to see more people out scaring up a good time.

Blue Moon—Two full moons in one month don’t happen very often. In fact, the next calendrical Blue Moon won’t occur until Aug. 30, 2023. The rarity of this event sounds like a reason to celebrate, doesn’t it? No matter how you celebrate, use your best judgement when getting behind the wheel, so everyone makes it through the night safely.

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