2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
Yep. Don't dodge, ram.
Have you ever noticed highway signs showing to use high beams in moose territory? New Brunswick has them. Try to find one online though.“When a vehicle hits a moose, the bumper, engine, and built-in crumple zones of the car that are intended to absorb the majority of an impact only hit the thin legs,” explains the Wildlife Roadsharing Resource Centre (WRRC) a project of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation. “The full weight of the moose’s upper body instead impacts the windshield and roof of the vehicle.”
- Use your high beams as much as possible. The more you can see the better, but remember to use your high beams responsibly so that you’re not blinding oncoming traffic or those ahead of you.