Nashville, TN - Tennessee highway officials are warning drivers to be vigilant for deer on roadways.
"We have experienced an unprecedented number of reports about deer traveling our roads and highways," said a representative. "They have been responsible for dozens of accidents and rarely carry insurance."
Drivers are urged to maintain a safe distance when passing deer and to look for others nearby.
The spokesperson told reporters, "They tend to travel in packs, so if you see one, there are usually more close by."
Officials also advise motorists not to stop and give them rides if they see them standing on the shoulder of the road.
"I know they may look desperate for a ride. But, trust me, you don't want one of these inside your car. They're animals."
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