The best way to get the most bang for your buck is to get a deer foot auto part, a major manufacturer told Fox News.
That’s the takeaway from the company’s annual auto parts survey.
The survey showed that deerfoot parts accounted for the second-most valuable category in terms of dollar value, behind the best-selling car battery.
That means that if you’re looking for an affordable, reliable deer foot battery, you should consider getting one.
The company surveyed 2,500 consumers for its annual survey.
It’s the most comprehensive study of consumer behavior by auto parts retailer Fox News, which tracks the behavior of 1.2 million customers every year.
Fox News surveyed about 3,000 shoppers a month between February and April, according to company CEO Joe Smith.
The data shows that deer foot batteries are the most valuable auto parts around, according the survey.
The survey also showed that the number of people who bought a deer feet battery dropped off dramatically when Fox News looked at other brands, but it did not change.
In the survey, Fox News asked consumers to rate the quality of the products they had purchased and found that about 60 percent of the consumers rated the battery as “excellent” or “exceeds expectations.”
The top rated product was a deer paw battery that was rated as “very good,” which is a notch above average.
About 25 percent of consumers said they bought a pair of deer feet, while about 25 percent said they had bought a battery.
The lowest rated product on the list was a pair that was “very bad,” which Fox News said is an improvement from the previous year.
The study also showed consumers are spending more on deer foot and car battery batteries than other brands.
The biggest chunk of the money spent on the two items is on the battery, followed by the deer foot.
Fox News asked respondents to rate which brands are best for their personal preferences.
The top-rated brand was Deerfoot, with a rating of “exceptionally good.”
The next most-rated brands were Best Buy, which was rated “very excellent,” and J.D. Power andamp; Assurance, which were rated “excellently.”
The last-ranked brand, Best Buy Energy, was rated mediocre.
Fox news also asked the consumers to consider how much they spend on car batteries and how much their wallets are worth.
The average consumer spent $11 on car battery, which is less than the $15 spent by the average consumer in 2015, the survey said.
The companies’ survey was conducted on Feb. 28 through March 1, and the survey was distributed through a combination of online surveys and a mail-in survey.
Fox says its surveys can provide more insight into consumer behavior than other companies.
The company has done surveys on the impact of artificial intelligence and on food consumption, and Fox News will continue to do those kinds of studies in the future.