I posted in the chicken laws section, but I'm hoping for more feedback, We live in the country, on a 20mph road. People see this stretch of road like a NASCAR track and it's rare for anyone to do less than 40mph. We have two acres, that is fenced to the front and sides. The fence was put up because a neighbors dogs came over and killed all our chickens. Neighbor wouldn't do anything about it. Yesterday, the chickens came through the carport and hit the road. There is a tree dropping berries in the road and the silly chickens are scratching in the road for them. A car hit and killed one of the chickens, came back several hours later saying the chicken had damaged their bumper and they wanted us to pay for it. They came back today with an estimate for $500. Is there anything we can do to prevent something like this happening again in the future? Obviously we are going to secure the area they got through, but there is no 100% way (other than fully confining) to never have a chicken in the road again. We live in the country, a rural area. Many houses around here have free ranging chickens. We are the only one who has fenced any part of the property. We can't afford this happening. Do we need further liability insurance? Will "caution" signs be enough to cover us in future? Any advice would be appreciated.