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Lightbulb Deer - Read and Acknowledge

Occasionally a thread comes along that everyone should have to sign off on acknowledging they've read, understood and intend to comply. This is one of those.


An analysis of state data from Alabama showed that the most dangerous times of day for deer-related crashes are in the early evening and early morning - the most active time for deer. Be especially attentive from sunset to midnight and during the hours shortly before and after sunrise. These are the highest risk times for deer-vehicle collisions."

The most dangerous time of year is during the mating season, in November and December.

Some motorist deaths and injuries occur when drivers swerve to avoid hitting the deer and strike a fixed object, such as a tree or another vehicle. It may seem powerless, but simply applying your brakes and coming to a controlled stop (if possible) can actually help minimize damage and injuries.

If you spot a deer in the road, slow down immediately and blow your horn with one long blast to frighten it away. Don't assume there's only one deer crossing the road -- they usually travel in groups.

If an encounter with a deer is inevitable, then you should hit the brakes up until the very last moment of impact; suddenly releasing the brakes will decrease the deer’s reaction time to move.

The best defense is being alert to the danger and ride accordingly.

So, what can you do to avoid hitting an animal yourself? First, pay attention to animal crossing signs. They're probably there because other motorists have had crashes in the area. Also, obey the speed limit and don't over-drive your headlights at night - control your speed so that you will have time to react to something when it appears in your headlights. If you see a deer in the road, honk your horn -- flashing your lights might cause the animal to further fixate on your vehicle. Keep in mind that if you think you are going to hit the animal, it's often better to brake than to swerve. Swerving can confuse the animal as to which way to run and possibly result in a worse collision with a fixed object such as a tree or an oncoming vehicle.

If your vehicle strikes a deer, do not touch the animal. The frightened animal, in attempting to move, could hurt you or itself. The best procedure is to get off the road, if possible, and call the police. When you get home, contact your insurance agent or company representative and report the incident. Collision with an animal is normally covered under the comprehensive portion of your insurance policy.

To recap:
Be vigilant in early morning and evening hours, the most active time for deer.
  • Use your high-beam headlights, which reflect in the deer's eyes, to see the deer better.
  • Slow down and blow your horn with one long blast to frighten the deer away.
  • Brake firmly when you notice a deer in or near your path. Do not swerve. It can confuse the deer as to where to run. It can also cause you to lose control and hit a tree or another object.
  • Be alert and drive with caution when you are moving through a deer crossing zone.
  • Look for other deer after one has crossed the road. Deer seldom run alone.
Be careful out there my friends, deer season is almost upon us.

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Read. I hate deer. But I like deer jerky.

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Slow down and blow your horn with one long blast to frighten the deer away.
Pretty good write up but I have issue with the keep blowing your horn part. I have watched and been in a vehicle where at a complete stop a deer has turned and ran into the vehicle because you just scared the sh#t out of it. Your best bet it to slow down if not stop and wait til the coast is clear leaving the scene slowly. If it is the lead deer the others will generally follow.




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Read. I hate deer. But I like deer jerky.
I'll send you some this year as long as I get one. <<bang>> <<bang>>




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Read it...live it...our area in eastern NC is particularly thick with deer...my plan this year is to thin the herd, well me and my two sons plan anyway...

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The most dangerous time of year is during the mating season, in November and December
This because they are in rut and also varies across the U.S. do to different climates. Rut in some areas can start as early as late August.




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Good feedback dadogs - reviewing the studies I sourced to compile the post I understood the horn blowing to scare away the other deer as well as the one that might be fixated on the rider.

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Pretty good write up but I have issue with the keep blowing your horn part. I have watched and been in a vehicle where at a complete stop a deer has turned and ran into the vehicle because you just scared the sh#t out of it. Your best bet it to slow down if not stop and wait til the coast is clear leaving the scene slowly. If it is the lead deer the others will generally follow.
I agree... darn animals are either dumb as a log or scared witless. Stop with some distance to spare if you are able to.

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I'll send you some this year as long as I get one. <<bang>> <<bang>>
Hey, I want some too!!!!

I've not encountered a deer an the bike thankfully, usually when they are real active around here it's too cold for me! But in the Jeep I often use the horn to scare them away from the road.

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Hey, I want some too!!!!

I've not encountered a deer an the bike thankfully, usually when they are real active around here it's too cold for me! But in the Jeep I often use the horn to scare them away from the road.
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They rut early here as well. The hunters here aren't nearly as prominent as they used to be, and the evidence is all over the highways and rural roads around here. Watch out guys/gals. If you get into a situation where it is too close to evade and/or stop, aim for the ditch. Earth is alot softer and more forgiving than the asphalt.

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They rut early here as well. The hunters here aren't nearly as prominent as they used to be, and the evidence is all over the highways and rural roads around here. Watch out guys/gals. If you get into a situation where it is too close to evade and/or stop, aim for the ditch. Earth is alot softer and more forgiving than the asphalt.

I wish we had ditches here.......only potholes and trees




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Dadogs is right, I have a friend who got the side of her car dented heavily by a deer because she honked. Best bet is to leave 'em be until they're gone. The sound of the bike alone will make most deer nearly pi$$ themselves.

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Around here, there is usually a 5-10 foot buffer of ditch on the rural roads. Highways and towards the city is a different situation. That 5 foot buffer runs out fast though if you are in swerve and evade mode.

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I agree... darn animals are either dumb as a log or scared witless. Stop with some distance to spare if you are able to.
WIM - when you get to Jennings we'll have a deer waiting and I want you to run as fast as you can and broadside him. No clipping the knees either.

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WIM - when you get to Jennings we'll have a deer waiting and I want you to run as fast as you can and broadside him. No clipping the knees either.
Without a bike he has no choice but to run.




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WIM - when you get to Jennings we'll have a deer waiting and I want you to run as fast as you can and broadside him. No clipping the knees either.
Ummm.... can I at least wear my helmet ?!?!

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Without a bike he has no choice but to run.
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The most dangerous time of year is during the mating season, in November and December

I love deer mating season.

They are so soft and furry...

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hmmmm, deer...

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Isn't there something on the market that you can put on bikes that's supposed to scare animals away? Whistle of some sort?

I've lived in the country most of my life where it's not unusual to see deer in your backyard. So with that said, I've been riding in the country now for years and I've had my share with animals on the road. I read the advice and I pretty well do everything already listed especially look for glowing eyes in ditches and on roads. I've never hit an animal in my vehicles or on my bikes, I've come close even kicked a racoon in the ass riding along side of it (now that was funny, he thought he could run faster then my bike but I just kicked him out of the way).

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Isn't there something on the market that you can put on bikes that's supposed to scare animals away? Whistle of some sort?
Not a whistle, it's a pic of Ragdoll with his hair spiked. Mount it to the front and your good. Course RC90 and WIM will chase you from behind.

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Not a whistle, it's a pic of Ragdoll with his hair spiked. Mount it to the front and your good. Course RC90 and WIM will chase you from behind.
Only WIM would be chasing Sporty's tail. RC90 will only chase Ragdoll's tail.

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I hit a groundhog the other day. I couldn't believe it. Who hits a groundhog?!?!

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I hit a groundhog the other day. I couldn't believe it. Who hits a groundhog?!?!
Obviously you. You were the bright star at the top of the family tree huh?

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More about the whistle do they work I've seen them everywhere,but don't know anyone who uses them.

Best bet is to be on the lookout just like everyone has said.When I cross one I treat them like a cager can't be sure if either one has any sense.Give them some room.

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Isn't there something on the market that you can put on bikes that's supposed to scare animals away? Whistle of some sort?

I've lived in the country most of my life where it's not unusual to see deer in your backyard. So with that said, I've been riding in the country now for years and I've had my share with animals on the road. I read the advice and I pretty well do everything already listed especially look for glowing eyes in ditches and on roads. I've never hit an animal in my vehicles or on my bikes, I've come close even kicked a racoon in the ass riding along side of it (now that was funny, he thought he could run faster then my bike but I just kicked him out of the way).
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Read.

I've hit 4 deer in my time... not fun. They stink when their insides are all over your car.

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I hit two deer in one night several years ago. They were still warm when I violated them. Ummm... That's the Cabernet talking. I've got a 2hr layover.

The funniest part, is my brother-in-law is a huge hunter and didn't get squat.

And, I want JERKY also!

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And, I want JERKY also!
I will let it be known that I make the best jerky known to man (no jab intended Eazy).




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I will let it be known that I make the best jerky known to man (no jab intended Eazy).
I still have that Tequila for you. This bottle is a present.

I'm in Mexico next week and Brazil. For JERKY, I will get that rum with the glass palm tree inside the base and a bottle of Pinga!!!

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I still have that Tequila for you. This bottle is a present.

I'm in Mexico next week and Brazil. For JERKY, I will get that rum with the glass palm tree inside the base and a bottle of Pinga!!!

You have a deal

I'll whip up a few pounds for ya




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I'll whip up a few pounds for ya
Deal. If you don't come through ... you will have a thong wearing spanglish speaking Ecuadorian from Miami at your door looking to warm deer violate you!

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Deal. If you don't come through ... you will have a thong wearing spanglish speaking Ecuadorian from Miami at your door looking to warm deer violate you!

Oh I'll come through, been meaning to make some anyhow. Gimme a minute though while I find something in the back yard to shoot. Wait never mind, saw some road kill on the way home...possom I believe.




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Oh I'll come through, been meaning to make some anyhow. Gimme a minute though while I find something in the back yard to shoot. Wait never mind, saw some road kill on the way home...possom I believe.
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As a RIDER that has hit a deer doing 65-70mph I can tell you it not fun and is VERY painful. I would concur with this;

If you see a deer or ANY animal larger than a cat, slow to a crawl. They are much, much faster than you think.

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I read as well and plus 1 for the jerkey. Is my avater OK? i will only share a little.

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