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Animal-vehicle crashes have been a growing concern in New Hampshire for several years. Over the last five years the state has averaged 230 moose/vehicle collisions, with many resulting in personal injury and significant vehicle damage. The NH Department of Transportation has partnered with the NH Highway Safety Agency to produce an educational video on the potential of animal-vehicle collisions and how to possibly avoid them. It contains important information for all drivers and has been distributed to driver education classes across the State.
This video demostrates the best practices for avoiding automobile collisions with wildlife. Animal-vehicle crashes have been a growing concern in New Hampshire for several years. Over the last five years the state has averaged 230 moose/vehicle collisions, with many resulting in personal injury and significant vehicle damage. The NH Department of Transportation has partnered with the NH Highway Safety Agency to produce an educational video on the potential of animal-vehicle collisions and how to possibly avoid them. It contains important information for all drivers and has been distributed to driver education classes across the State. It is put out by the New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency. (You will need the Flash Player plugin to view this video - http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/




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