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Rural Driving: Animals

  • When you drive on a rural road, your chances of striking a deer, raccoon, coyote, or other wild animal increase dramatically.
    • If you drive near a farm or open range area, you could encounter cattle or horses on or near the road.
    • If you drive in rural areas at night or under low-light conditions, you have less time to identify the hazard and react to avoid a collision.

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