When the mornings aren't too hot and the evenings aren't too cold, spring and summer are the perfect seasons for running. Whether you are training for a marathon, getting in shape or just out to enjoy the weather, there are few things more rewarding than a good sweat and a runner's high. As fast as you might be moving, it is important to take a moment to remember safety on your route.
Do you have a favorite route to run? Even if you are familiar with your route, traffic and property hazards can still be unpredictable. Most runners think the biggest consequence they will face is a twisted ankle or a little dehydration. But, without a continued focus on safety, runners could expose themselves to the risk of an accident.