Happy Halloween from Kneble’s Auto! Nancy and Gina dress up to explain how to keep your children safe during this Halloween!
Nancy Kneble: Ready, set, go! Because at Kneble’s Auto, we want to keep your engine going vroom, vroom, along with some pointers when shopping for the perfect Halloween costume. There are so many choices you just don’t know what costume to buy. Well, Gina and I, we had fun choosing our costume. Hi, I’m Nancy at Kneble’s Auto Service Center and this is Gina. Gina, your Captain Marvel costume, great choice. It makes you look bad-ass.
Gina Kneble: Well, mom, your costume leaves me speechless, but it does fit the theme. When helping your child with their selection this Halloween, there are some things you need to consider. First things first, make sure your child’s costume doesn’t block their eyesight, such as masks or wigs. Also, their shoes should be comfortable and fit well for walking. The last thing we want your child is yelling, “Mom, my feet hurt! I have a blister!”
Nancy Kneble: Well, as you know, Gina, I’ve heard that a few times from you. Sometimes props such as swords or wands, they can impede the child’s ability to walk, so be aware of that. Also, you may want to use deflector tape or have your child wear a glow stick. It’s a good idea, this way drivers can see them at night when they’re trick or treating.
Gina Kneble: It’s also a good idea for your child to carry a flashlight. This will help them see where they’re walking because we don’t want anybody tripping at night.
Nancy Kneble: Absolutely not. And finally, make sure they carry their cell phone.
Gina Kneble: Mom, like what child does not have their cell phone with them at least 24 seven all the time?
Nancy Kneble: You’re right about that.
Gina Kneble: Now, go out and get your costume. Be safe and have fun trick or treating.
Nancy Kneble: And don’t forget the Mays Landing Halloween Parade on October 30th at six o’clock.
Gina Kneble: Be aware though, the parade this year, the route has changed. This year, the parade is marching down Route 50, starting at 13th Street and ending at Second Street.
Nancy Kneble: And remember, check out a new video every Wednesday at 12:30, where we will discuss a new topic. Happy Halloween.
Gina Kneble: Happy Halloween.