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State Farm® releases 13th Annual Deer-Vehicle Collision Study

Sunday, November 15, 2015 8:25 PM | Robin Shepherd (Administrator)

November is the month a driver is most likely to collide with a deer in the U.S. Overall, U.S. drivers have a one in 169 chance of colliding with a deer. 


State Farm recently released its 13th annual deer-vehicle collision study. This year’s study, based on the most extensive auto insurance database in the U.S., shows drivers are just as likely to have a claim involving a collision with deer, elk or moose as they were in 2014. State Farm again provides their popular listing of states according to where deer-vehicle collisions are most likely for any one driver, along with an interactive map that illustrates the geographic variation in the likelihood of these mishaps and in the magnitude of change in likelihood in each state from a year ago.


State Farm Interactive map:

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