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Deer Season Driving Tips

It's important to remember that deer are often more active in the fall and winter months, which increases the risk of deer-related car accidents. To stay safe when driving during deer season, consider following the tips below:

  • Be extra cautious when driving at dusk or dawn as these are the times when most deer-related car crashes occur.
  • Slow down and proceed with caution in areas where deer crossing signs are posted.
  • Deer often travel in groups. If you see one deer cross the road, expect others to follow.
  • When driving at night, use your high beam headlights if the road is free of oncoming traffic. This will increase your visibility and give you additional time to react.
  • Make sure that you and your passengers wear seat belts at all times.

Information from the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. 


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