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(PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Safees are fun, colorful pedestrian traffic safety reflectors that retail for only $4.95, making them perfect trick or treat gift or costume addition for Halloween. Safees come in many colors and designs, from soccer balls, cars and dinos to hearts, cats and smileys, and now in time for Halloween a Skull and Bones design. Safees are available on Amazon and on http://www.safees.com. Shipping is free on all orders over USD 25 and we ship right up until Halloween with guaranteed same day shipping.
In the UK, every child between the ages 5 and 15 are given a pedestrian reflector as part of an ongoing traffic safety program. According to the UK department of transit, child pedestrian accidents have dropped by 59% since the reflector program was put in place.
Children in Scandinavia grow up always wearing reflectors.Traffic accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists are significantly lower in Scandinavian countries compared to the US and in Sweden the pedestrian traffic accident death rate is the lowest in the world.
On average, in the US, a pedestrian is killed in a traffic crash every 120 minutes and injured in a traffic crash every 8 minutes. Simply by pinning a Safees reflector to you or your child's clothing you increase your and your child’s visibility by up to 500% and reduce your risk of being hurt in an accident as much as ten times.
Most accidents happen at dawn or dusk, when a driver’s vision is impaired. No matter how well a driver drives, it doesn’t matter if they can not see what is in front of them. Safees are an inexpensive, simple way of alerting drivers to your presence on the streets and they are proven to reduce traffic accidents involving pedestrians.
Safees can be attached to anyone moving around in traffic: pedestrians, cyclists, horses, strollers, pets, skaters etc.
Safees are available at http://www.safees.com. They retail at USD 4.95 each and come in wide variety of fun designs and colors. Discounts are available for schools and non profit organizations.
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