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Driving in the outback can be dangerous at the best of times. The chances of coming across a kangaroo
trying to cross the road is very high. A collision with a kangaroo will not just result in severe injury or death
to the animal but also damage to your vehicle. This could leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere.
That is why it is very important to install an animal whistle to your car to scare off potential kangaroos.
The whistles emit a high frequency sound only audible to the animals.
There are 2 types of whistles: the first is the cheapest option which is the whistle you stick on to the
front of your car. This whistle will make a sound whilst you are driving at speed. The downside is the whistle can get clogged with insects or even fall off during your drive.
That is why it is important to make sure the whistles are clean, and also keep a few spares in your glove box.
The best option is to go for the electronic whistle such as the Shu Roo MK5. These electronic whistles make a
sound constantly even if you are not driving at speed, and also have a much higher range.
For serious country drivers, the electronic Shu Roo is a great insurance against potential accidents.