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Last Post: 11:47:56pm, 05/26/2019
I was taught in Driver's Ed that if anyone is remotely close to you and an animal gets into the road, be it a squirrel or a cat, you do not brake and risk getting rear-ended. You also do not swerve. You just keep going without accelerating and maybe adjust a little bit to try not to hit it.
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