When you’re driving, deer can come out of nowhere, and the autumn months can be the most dangerous of the year. Since the creatures travel in herds, there's a good chance there are others around when you spot just one. So what can you do to avoid hitting the animals? Inside Edition spoke to State Farm's Dave Phillips about how to reduce the danger. One of his tips includes slowing down as much as possible, pumping the brakes, and not slamming on them, to "glide" into the collision.