Thanksgiving is a time for feasting and indulging in delicious foods, particularly the iconic turkey. But, this traditional centerpiece on almost every Michigan Thanksgiving table generally gets a bad rap this time of year. Many people may experience a post-meal drowsiness that's also known as the 'turkey coma'.
If you've noticed more deer making an appearance lately, especially near roadways, there's a reason for that. This time of year is known as a 'deer rut' or mating season so they're moving around a lot more than usual. And with more deer on the move, that means drivers need to be more alert and cautious. But, what exactly are drivers supposed to do if a deer jumps out in front of their car?