(FOX BUSINESS) — If you live in West Virginia, you may want to hold on to your comprehensive car insurance -- Mountain State drivers are more likely to crash into a deer than drivers in any other state, according to statistics released this week by State Farm. (See: "Four questions to ask before dropping comprehensive insurance.")
This is the sixth year in a row that West Virginia has been at the top of State Farm's list, which shows the number of estimated deer collisions by state for the 12 months ending June 30, 2012.
The insurer calculated the odds of a deer collision for each state by comparing accident totals with the number of licensed drivers. Here are the states with the highest chances of a deer-related crash:
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