Young deer by the side of the road.

How to Avoid Deer at Night

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If deer were motorists, we’d have to revoke their license. These friendly woodland creatures are responsible for hundreds of deaths and billions of dollars’ worth in automotive repair work each year. If you’re thinking it’s not their fault, you’re right — but one look at those stats is enough to drive home how serious hitting a deer can be.

If you’re a city dweller who rarely ventures out, odds are you’re not typically concerned about hitting deer. However, if you live in a rural area and regularly commute, you’re in prime territory for deer collisions. What can you do to avoid a fat repair bill and the guilt of killing or maiming a furry friend? Check out my recent post featured on Progressive’s Life Lanes blog to learn how!