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By Jim Pilgrim The bodies are starting to pile up alongside the roads. From the middle of October to mid-November the evidence of the change in nature is clear. When you make your living on the road, you notice these things. When you drive as many miles as I do per year, you would be a fool not to adjust your driving habits during this month of danger. Of all the states I drive through, Wisconsin has the most of these furry, mobile, roadside drive-bys. The Whitetail chase is on. Last year, I counted 83 of these unfortunate love-struck souls that didn’t make the Interstate Highway crossing successfully in Wisconsin in one day driving through the state. When the rut is on I start to avoid driving at night and when I have to, I slow down. The dangers in business are much less predictable. They are present every month of the year and are driven by competition and government intervention rather than by hormones. Does your company make those adjustments that are necessary to keep the corporate car safely on the road? Or is it stuck in the rut?