It's that time of year again in Michigan
Aside from potholes perhaps the other most prevalent sight along Michigan roadways especially at this time of the year is deer carcasses. In the middle of fall is when the white-tails are mating and migrating, and orange-clad hunters are in their tree stands. That's a combination that gets a large number of deer crossing the road without looking both ways resulting in some 80,000 car-deer collisions a year in Michigan alone. One enterprising car dealer near Milford, MI looking to take advantage of the carnage put up this prominent sign along I-96 offering to clean the fur and venison out of afflicted cars, along with fixing the dents.
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