New data from State Farm finds that Michigan drivers are 14 percent more likely to collide with a deer than they were last year.
That's based on claims filed with the auto insurer.
The odds drivers will hit a deer in Michigan are 1 out of 85, about twice as high as the national odds.
Michigan ranked eighth in the U-S for car-deer crashes—West Virginia was first.
October, November, and December are the most popular months for such accidents.