Officials are urging trick-or-treaters and motorists to use common sense and be safe this Halloween. State Patrol Lieutenant Eric Roeske says lots of kids will be out and some may be in costumes that are difficult to see. He says drivers should be extra cautious and pay extra attention, especially in residential areas. Roeske adds that younger trick-or-treaters should always be accompanied by a parent or guardian. And he recommends that all trick-or-treaters wear reflective tape or carry a light so they can be seen by drivers.