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Arctic Blast

by ss Daniel Kamesh kamesh (2019-04-25)

The average deerArctic Blast Review will ultimately decide to jumped out of the way at the last minute, hence the "don't veer" recommendation. Sometimes they stay put. Although direct hits end the deer's life, bolting out of the way will normally lead to a more painful death, and damage to the car, as the car clips the hind leg or hip of the deer mortally damaging the deer and denting the car.Manager Jeff Hepp of Smart Motors Body Shop in Middleton, Wisconsin, told me he has 12 vehicles in his shop receiving repairs for colliding with a deer. He says a running deer normally hits the vehicle's front fender, leading to rooftop or side panel damage. The damage can runs from $2,500 to $6,000 but he has seen rare cases of cars being totaled from the collision.