Thread: Deer Avoidance
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:47 AM
DavidZ DavidZ is offline
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I've been traveling through deer country in Texas pretty much my entire life. I'm sure areas of OK are similar. The only solution to the problem is to have good headlights and drive slow enough to stop or safely swerve to avoid deer on or along side the road. You probably know that a deer can jump out in front of your car at the last second even when you think it's out of harms way. They get confused by the headlights. Traveling at a slow speed is the key. Also, be extra careful on moonlit nights when deer often feed at night.
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