At least three states plan to set up new roadside sensor systems to reduce accidents by warning drivers when they are approaching large animals. Each year, there are more than a million collisions between vehicles and deer, killing 200 motorists and causing more than $1 billion in property damage. "More deer and sprawling suburbia add up to more chances for these crashes," says Russ Rader, spokesman for the Arlington, Va.-based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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