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Drivers Should Be Particularly Alert about the Potential for Deer Collisions during the Fall

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RESEARCH SHOWS THAT THE CHANCES OF YOU COLLIDING WITH DEER WHILE DRIVING HAVE INCREASED OVER THE LAST YEAR.  AND, THE LIKELIHOOD MORE THAN DOUBLES DURING THE MONTHS OF OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER--WHEN DEER-COLLISIONS ARE MOST PREVALENT.  ACCORDING TO "STATE FARM", INJURIES, VEHICLE-DAMAGE, AND EVEN FATALITIES CAN RESULT FROM COLLISIONS WITH DEER.  HOWEVER, YOU CAN AVOID BEING A STATISTIC, WITH JUST A FEW PRECAUTIONS:  FIRST, REMEMBER TO PRACTICE SAFE DRIVING-HABITS--AND WATCH OUT FOR ANIMALS ON THE ROAD.  IN ADDITION, ALWAYS PRACTICE CAUTION WHEN IN KNOWN DEER-ZONES.  WHEN YOU SEE DEER ON THE ROAD, AVOID SWERVING.  AND, WHEN THERE'S NO ONCOMING TRAFFIC AT NIGHT, USE YOUR HIGH-BEAMS.  DON'T RELY ON DEVICES LIKE DEER-WHISTLES.  AND, REMEMBER THAT IT'S ALWAYS BETTER TO SCAN THE ROAD, AS YOU DRIVE, FOR DEER AND OTHER ANIMALS.  FOR MORE TIPS AND INFORMATION, VISIT "STATE-FARM"-DOT-COM.


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