The Mississippi Department of Transportation is warning drivers to take extra precautions to avoid deer-vehicle collisions. White-tailed deer are more active and visible on the roadways this time of year, as the temperatures get colder, the days get shorter and rutting season begins.
Many of us have been in the situation where we are driving down the road and see a pedestrian trying to cross. Should we stop and let the person cross? What if the other driver doesn't stop and we put the pedestrian in harm's way? Does the pedestrian ever have the right-of-way?
Auto insurance is one of those boring parts about being an adult that you have to deal with, right? In fact, most Mississippi residents don't really know what their auto insurance plans cover, they just know that they have to pay for it every month.