It’s Deer Driving Season

Watch out for deer when you are out driving this fall.White-tailed deer’s peak mating season and hunting season is in October and November making them more likely to suddenly run onto the roads. The chance of a collision between a deer and a car increases greatly in the fall months.Officials warn drivers that deer are more active in the mornings and around sunset, when driver’s visibility may already be impaired. The National Highway Safety Administration said there are approximately 1.5 million deer-related car accidents annually and nearly 200 fatalities.

Source: MG News

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