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Statefarm Insurance has a map showing the likelihood of an automobile driver having a car collision with a deer. (Hat tip: Dr. Fred Shelly)
The three states where a driver is most likely to crash itno a deer are
West Virginia (1 in 46)
The three states where a driver is least likely to crash into a deer are
Hawaii (1 in 13,011)
There is a belt of states from the mid-Atlantic seaboard to the upper interior where deer collisions are most likely. These states have woodlands and large agricultural areas where deers can still thrive. However, roads through the woods and separating farm fields makes the car-deer disaster very possible for any driver.