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New System Prevents Collisions with Deer


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11/4/2012
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A new road safety device called DeerDeter is being used to help prevent deer-related car accidents. The unique system uses several features to distract and lure deer away from roadways.

Deer-related car crashes cause billions of dollars in damage and serious injuries. An unmoving car that a deer runs into could sustain expensive damage, for vehicles traveling at highway speeds, the repairs and injuries caused by deer-vehicle crashes can be fatal. The DeerDeter system hopes to reduce the number of vehicles that crash into deer, prevent injuries and save lives. Through a combination of strobe lights and sounds, the DeerDeter system discourages deer from crossing roads and gathering near highways without impeding drivers’ concentration on the road. The sounds “micic a cry of a wounded animal” and the lights appear as a “predator’s eyes,” scaring deer away from high traffic areas, and triggering additional deterrence systems down the road to keep roadways clear for passing vehicles.

Some policy holders may run into problems when filing an insurance claim after hitting a deer. Brent Adams & Associates Raleigh insurance dispute attorneys represent individuals in cases where insurance companies provide inadequate compensation, fail to provide coverage outlined in the insurance policy, or are unresponsive about outstanding claims. Car accident victims recovering from car crash injuries are in a vulnerable position physically and financially. It’s a time when coverage from their insurance provider may be critical to their well-being. Raleigh personal injury lawyers with insurance dispute experience help expedite injury claims for North Carolina car accident victims.



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