Last year, nearly 3,800 deer-related crashes happened in November on
"The most deer-vehicle crashes happen in November," Governor
Drivers should scan the road ahead for deer by using high beams when there is no on-coming traffic.
"Motorists must always be vigilant and ready to react to any situation," Ohio State Highway Patrol Superintendent Colonel
Experts also recommend conducting an insurance review and making sure drivers have adequate insurance in the event of an accident,
The optional comprehensive coverage (also known as "other than collision" coverage) portion of an auto insurance policy often is used to pay for deer-related damage repair, a press release from the
When there is damage, photographs or videos of the damage is important for an insurance claim.
Last year, 18,200 deer-related crashes occurred across the state, according to state data.
For this year,
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