It’s Fall, and that means it’s prime season for animal collisions for drivers.
According to a new State Farm study, most animal-related crashes in the U.S. occur from October to December. While most collisions are with deer, many other animals followed closely behind such as dogs, cats, farm animals, and large rodents.
Pennsylvania drivers ranked 3rd in the nation for animal collisions. Pennsylvania drivers have a 1 in 51 chance of colliding with an animal while driving.