5 TIPS THAT WILL KEEP YOU SAFE DURING NIGHT RUNS
Did you know 122,000 runners get hit by cars annually? That's almost 10% of Idaho population!
Running is one of the most popular sports but it seems it has become more and more dangerous in the last past years.
The statistics are terrifying. Women are two times more likely to be involved in the accident than men. Most accidents happen to people who are running alone and on the shoulder of the road.
The majority of accidents take place early in the morning and between 6 PM and 9 PM.
Can you see the difference? That's why you need reflective belt and apparel.
WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
A lot of accidents happen after dark. If you're not able to go on your run before dark, wear reflective belts that have a bright LED light to make you even more visible.
Wear reflective clothing.Do not run in the same direction as vehicles. Run against traffic.
Keep in mind that you can do so much for your safety.
Do not listen to music while running on the road. You need to hear what's happening on the road.
Wear Sport2PeopleLED Running belt.
To make you highly visible from more than 300 feet away wear Sport2People LED Running Belt with super bright LED light. Our LED Running Belt has 3 flashing modes and 2 reflective straps.
It's eco-friendly belt as it has a rechargeable system so you won't have additional costs with replacing batteries. You'll be able to store your phone in a roomy pocket and contact your loved ones if needed.