You swerve to avoid them, sometimes you hit them and soon you could sell them.
After Governor Pat Quinn vetoed a bill that would allow people to pick up road kill, because he believes it puts people in danger of getting hit, the Illinois House of Representatives said not so fast and voted to override him.
"If a private citizen can make a little bit of money off it, I think they're perfectly capable of watching traffic," said 68th representative Dave Winters.
If the Senate, which voted unanimously to pass the original bill last spring, passes the override, local highway departments could have help keeping the roads clean.
"If they want to do it, that's great, if not it's just something we'll move off the road at some point, or if we don't get to it in time, then the cars do it themselves in one way or another," said Winnebago County Highway Department operations manager Dan Davis.
But not everyone can just stop a pick up their favorite fur, you need to be licensed first.
"This is a very limited case that would allow only those who have fur baring license to trap fur baring animals," said Winters.
if you don't have an
"I've seen that in the past or heard of that, where people who do get hunting license and stuff have, if the carcass looks good, they'll take that, salvage the hide," said Davis.