Dear(oops) Deer! Collision report

Dear(oops) Deer! Collision report

Car Accidents are on the rise with Deer being an unfortunate cause in Alexis Georgia

Your Call to 912-225-6000 can help save you money before and after hitting a deer!

After an accident it is common for the Alexis Police or the Echols County County Sheriff to document the accident with a Traffic Collision Report!  That report was drawn by the driver and could look something like this:
deer traffic collision report for Alexis Georgia 31631

You need to save money on car insurance and be insured for DEER posing in front of your car for pictures like above.  Call 912-225-6000 to start saving today!

Traditionally, agents will match collision deductibles with the comprehensive deductible providing $500 deductibles.  The difference between a $100 deductible vs a $500 deductible is $400 more out of your pocket if you hit a deer with a $500.00 comprehensive deductible.   Did you know that the difference in premium from a $100 vs a $500 deductible? Many times it is only $4 dollars a month difference in price.

Call an agent that positions coverage to meet your financial needs to save money before and after an accident with a deer.  Call our Savannah office at 912-225-6000.

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As the deer populations grow in Alexis Georgia and urban habitats continue to encroach upon rural environments, there has been an increase in deer-car collisions—over half a million a year, with a significant number of fatalities.

Deer-vehicle collisions are dangerous and costly so, though collision with an animal is covered under the comprehensive portion of your auto insurance policy, it’s always preferable to avoid an accident in the first place.

To avoid hitting a deer, use these defensive driving tips

  • Be especially attentive during peak deer hours. From sunset to midnight and during the hours shortly before and after sunrise are the highest risk times for deer-vehicle collisions
  • Use extra caution when driving through deer-crossing zones. Also be especially careful in places known to have a large deer population and in areas where roads divide agricultural fields from forestland.
  • Know that deer seldom run alone. If you see one deer, others may be nearby.
  • Use high beam headlights if driving at night, when there is no oncoming traffic. The higher light will better illuminate the eyes of deer on or near the roadway.
  • Slow down and blow your horn with one long blast to frighten the deer away.
  • Brake firmly but stay in your lane when you notice a deer in or near your path. Many serious crashes occur when drivers swerve to avoid a deer and hit another vehicle or lose control of their cars.
  • Always wear your seat belt. Most people injured in car-deer crashes were not wearing their seat belt.
  • Do not rely on deer-deterring devices. Deer whistles, deer fences and reflectors have not been proven to reduce deer-vehicle collisions.
  • If your vehicle strikes a deer, do not touch the animal. A frightened and wounded deer can hurt you or further injure itself. The best procedure is to get your car off the road, if possible, and call the police.
  • In the event a deer damages your car contact your insurance agent or company representative to report the incident.

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