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Moose on the loose!

Postby Soren G » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:15 pm

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Well,it´s Moose season in Canada and they are in full rutt and that doesn´t make driving here any safer.Moose are incredible ignorant and when rutting season,they care even less about highways or traffic in general.The biggest danger is,that Moose are so huge and the usually come flying right through your windshield,even if you drive a full size Ute.This "herd" consisted of three bulls and three cows and belief me,even though they don´t gallop,they are very fast!Fortunately,everything had a good outcome here.
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Re: Moose on the loose!

Postby xmasbaby67 » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:48 pm

WOW and we thought kangaroos and emus were a problem here!!!!!!

Holy cow......or should that be moose... :*** :*** :*** :***
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Re: Moose on the loose!

Postby Soren G » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:20 pm

I didn´t know that Emus are a traffic problem,just about Kangaroos and that you install "roo-catcher" on your Utes.Moose is really a pain in the rear end if you hit it:they are heavy and high and when they hit,they usually hit so high that they crush your roof and windshield..brr..
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Re: Moose on the loose!

Postby GypsyLady » Thu Nov 24, 2011 6:59 pm

Soren G wrote:I didn´t know that Emus are a traffic problem,just about Kangaroos and that you install "roo-catcher" on your Utes.Moose is really a pain in the rear end if you hit it:they are heavy and high and when they hit,they usually hit so high that they crush your roof and windshield..brr..



It's called a shoo roo and they don't work very well and not over 90 klms per hour.

Both kangaroos and emus can do terrible damage to your vehicle and life if unlucky.
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