Lt. Governor Mary Taylor advises about dangers of active deer in November

After the most deer-vehicle crashes on Ohio roadways in years, Lt. Governor Mary Taylor is stressing driver precaution this November, a peak month for deer movement. Taylor said the danger deer present combined with inattentive driving can lead to trouble. Taylor, also director of the Ohio Department of Insurance added that committing to mindful driving and reviewing your insurance with an agent are important measures to take. More than 21,000 people were involved in deer-vehicle crashes last year – the most since 2011 according to the Ohio Department of Public Safety. There were 801 injuries and four fatalities.

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