Using the slogan “Hit a buck, and we will donate some doe,” Feasel’s Frame & Collision will also be giving customers T-shirts that read, “Certified Road Hunter.”
The data highlights the impact of animal migration patterns, especially among larger animals like deer and elk.
Nagy’s donated $10 for every deer-damaged vehicle repaired throughout the month of November to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Reminds Consumers That Insurers Can’t Add Surcharge for Deer-Related Crashes
Teresa Miller tells Pennsylvanians that any crash involving a deer is considered a not-at-fault accident.
Nagy’s 2015 deer hit campaign, “Hit a Buck, Donate Some Doe” runs from September through December, with donations focusing on a different charity each month.
According to State Farm, 2015 vehicle damage from deer collisions averages $4,135 per claim nationally – up six percent from the 2014 average of $3,888.