Be on the lookout for moose at 9 p.m. tonight
Jämtland county statistics show that drivers have the greatest risk of hitting a wild animal on the road at 9 p.m., reports news agency TT.
Drivers have the least chance of hitting moose and deer during the night and during lunch time. So far this year, authorities have recorded 850 road-kill accidents in Jämtland.
The risk of hitting a moose increases during the autumn when females who are in heat are out and on the lookout for a partner.
Local media in Jämtland report that October to February is the most dangerous period to drive on the county's roads.