1. Run against traffic: If you can see oncoming vehicles, it's relatively easy to avoid them.
2. Wear bright clothes: Such as fluorescent green, fluorescent yellow, white, avoid dark/black clothes as much as possible (poor night visibility).
3. Reflective gear: Many brands of sports shoes and clothing now also have reflective strips, but the reflective parts of most of these products are very small, or only the LOGO is reflective, more decorative than safety considerations. It is recommended to choose reflective equipment with large reflective area, good reflective material, and visibility from all angles. The latest croc headlights designed for running shoes are recommended. They can provide lighting while having an SOS function.
4. Carry personal ID: To prevent accidents, it can also cooperate with police random inspections.
5. Don't have fixed running routes and times: Fixed whereabouts often allow bad people to take advantage and ambush you from dark corners.
6. Don't run alone: Running with others means safety in numbers; if you have to run alone at night, be sure to tell your family or friends about your route and approximate return time.
7. Be sure to carry a cell phone: In case of emergencies you can call the police or contact family and friends at any time.
8. Turn down headphone volume: If you like to wear headphones and listen to music while running, be sure to turn the volume down as low as possible so you can hear/detect passing vehicles and any potential threats around you.
9. Self defense equipment: Especially for women, if necessary, you can carry wolf spray, alarm device.
10. Trust your instincts: If you feel there is potential danger nearby, be sure to trust this instinct and immediately run to a safe place.