As I reached the end of the row the buck got up from his bead close to me and walked slowly past my waiting friend on the next trail over. As he reached the trail my friend was standing on the buck stopped to look around and my friend was able to drop the buck where he stood. Driving for deer is one of my least favorite things to do, but it can be effective. About the only time I will consider a drive is when I am about done hunting a area for a while. Once you bump the deer out of their natural area it takes them a while to come back and driving all your hunting land can ruin the rest of the days hunt.
All of the above tips can help make you a more successful late season hunter. Mix it up a little bit and have fun!