If you are a hunter, you know when deer season is. If you are a motorist, you are aware that most every time you drive your car; you see a deer on the side of the road. Many times it is not alive. As sad as it is for the deer (and small kids who have to see it) it can also be dangerous if you hit one of these creatures going 50-60 mph. Read more
No one ever expects to get hit by a deer, but it can certainly happen, especially this time of year. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, over 1.5 million deer and car collisions occur every year in the United States. And with October through December being the height of their mating season, deer are very active. They also tend to migrate during this time frame. These factors lead to auto accidents and extensive damage to cars. It is estimated that deer and car collisions cost Americans over $1 billion in vehicle damage each year. Read more
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