Where you drive affects the risks you face.
November 20, 2012
Deer collisions soar in November
Vehicle damage from hitting an animal is more than 3½ times as common in November as in August, when claims are lowest. The high-claim period coincides with deer mating season, when bucks are likely to be roaming.
October 30, 2008
Collisions with animals spike in November
November is the peak month for vehicle-deer collisions, and a new analysis of insurance claims and federal crash data indicate the problem is growing. HLDI recently examined insurance claims for animal strikes and found they are nearly 3 times higher during November than the typical month earlier in the year.
August 3, 2005
Simple remedies could reduce urban crashes
Most crash deaths occur on rural roads, but motorists drive 2 billion miles every day on urban arterial roads. About 8,000 deaths and more than 1 million injuries occur each year on these roads. Many of these crashes happen in predictable locations and involve predictable sequences of events. Some relatively simple and inexpensive roadway changes can reduce the toll.
November 18, 2004
Many deaths in vehicle-animal collisions are avoidable
Most of the motor vehicle crash deaths in collisions with animals occur in subsequent events when a vehicle runs off the road or a motorcyclist falls off the bike. Many of these deaths wouldn't occur with appropriate protection, such as safety belts and motorcycle helmets.
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