Illinois Car Shipping

The data from the Federal Highway Administration says that Illinois highways are the fifth-busiest in the nation.
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Auto shipping to and from Illinois

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IDOT, IDNR Urge Carriers to Practice Safe Driving

  • Acting Illinois Transportation Secretary Ann Schneider says that Deer crashes can be especially difficult to avoid, the best measures to avoid are to slow down, wear a safety belt and remain alert when driving through areas where deer are likely to be seen.
  • Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) stated that the collision between the deer and the drivers declined in 2010 when compared with the previous years.
Suggestions for motorists to avoid colliding with deer include:
  • Be particularly cautious at dusk and dawn, when deer are most active.
  • Keep track of locations where deer have been spotted in the past.
  • Reduce speed and be prepared to stop, especially near water, farm fields.
  • Make sure deer have moved away before proceeding.
    Deers will cross the road and double back
  • One deer can mean others are nearby or close behind.
  • Avoid swerving into traffic or off the road if deer are on the roadway. Instead, slow to a stop and wait for the deer to move along.
  • Flashing the headlights and honking the car horn will encourage deer to move off.
  • Alert other motorists to the presence of deer by tapping the brakes..