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Would you check your vehicle or the deer first?

  1. rutley profile image74
    rutleyposted 6 years ago

    Would you check your vehicle or the deer first?

    If you hit a deer on your way to work, what would you look at first, the deer or your vehicle damage?

  2. ithabise profile image84
    ithabiseposted 6 years ago

    I'd be mortified to have hit a living thing; but the car is what will concern me more since I'll be dealing with its consequences and not the deer's (sad to say).

  3. Joelipoo profile image84
    Joelipooposted 6 years ago

    I would probably check my vehicle first.

  4. R9139 profile image66
    R9139posted 6 years ago

    The deer, a car is an object the deer is a living creature

  5. MakeEasyCash profile image74
    MakeEasyCashposted 6 years ago

    Being that i depend on my car to make a living and just to live  i.e. driving to work, driving to the grocery store etc... i would check my car because it would have the biggest impact if it was broke.

  6. toys-everywhere profile image60
    toys-everywhereposted 6 years ago

    The deer. Cars won't die within a certain period of time; an animal will. I'm sure the car would live.

  7. Amy Becherer profile image73
    Amy Bechererposted 6 years ago

    I would check any living creature before even considering my vehicle. The car can be fixed.  I could not bear the thought of an animal suffering at my expense or thoughtlessness.  No matter what animal, no matter the size, I would not want them to endure pain, injury or death if I could prevent it or change the outcome.

  8. Nancy Owens profile image95
    Nancy Owensposted 6 years ago

    Having lived in Montana for a number of years where wildlife is still plentiful, it would depend on the situation. If hitting the deer did not cause a serious accident, I might check the deer first. If it did cause a serious accident, then checking for injuries of myself and passengers would come first, then the car, then the deer.

  9. Suzie ONeill profile image73
    Suzie ONeillposted 6 years ago

    I'd check the deer first, hands down. The life of the animal is far more valuable than my car.

  10. aka-dj profile image76
    aka-djposted 6 years ago

    Neither. I'd check the kangaroo, then my car.
    Not that we don't have any deer, just WAY more kangaroos. big_smile
    Thankfully, I have never hit one, nor do I wish to.
    They make a right mess of cars.

  11. Cardia profile image94
    Cardiaposted 6 years ago

    I'd definitely check the deer first. The deer is a living being (unlike the car) and therefore, it would be in pain. The car would have to wait.

  12. catgypsy profile image79
    catgypsyposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely the deer first! i would wonder about the mind of someone who cared more abut their car than some helpless animal.

  13. profile image0
    writeronlineposted 6 years ago

    If you hit the deer at highway speed, it's a non-sequiter. The deer would be through the windscreen, and the one check would cover both.

 
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