After-Dark Joggers, Heed This Advice

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If you walk, run, or jog after sundown, the following tips help motorists spot you.


•  Attach reflective tape to the front and back of your clothes.

•  Carry a lit flashlight.

•  Don’t use the road; stay on the shoulder, or preferably the sidewalk. Move against (facing) traffic if you must use the shoulder.

•  Be aware of your surroundings and plan to jump to safety if a vehicle veers toward you.

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