MILWAUKEE -- Children are more likely to get hit by a car on Halloween, than any other time of year.
Rebecca Michelsen with Penfield Children's Center is reminding parents in real life, Batman and Robin won't be able to save the day, you do.
She hopes your child will be reminded to stay on the sidewalks while trick or treating.
"Also pay attention to cars that may be backing out of driveways," reminds Rebecca Michelsen, Community Outreach and Education Coordinator at Penfield Children's Center.
Other important reminders include making sure your little one can easily see out of any mask they wear. You should also make sure costume fits well, so they do not trip or fall.
Make sure they have reflective items on them at night so they can be seen.
Although it's tempting, tell your child not to eat any of the candy, until you look through it first.