Unlike a bullbar which assumes you will hit a kangaroo, Shuroo works to prevent a collision. It protects the front and the side of the vehicle. (Side impacts account for many collisions). Kangaroo hits are usually fatal for the animal and cause significant damage and downtime to your vehicle. But the most dangerous issue is swerving when a roo jumps in to your path. This is often with only a split second notice. And the immediate reaction of many drivers is to swerve. Shuroo helps prevent the roo acting this way by alerting it to your approach up to 400 metres ahead of time. This gives you and the roo plenty of reaction time. You will see some roos hopping away from you, and some will just stand and watch you go past. High Frequency Vehicle Protection Wildlife have a very high frequency danger alert system. That’s why it is almost impossible to sneak up on them in the wild. The unique signal emitted by ShuRoo cannot be heard by humans, but to wildlife it’s as loud as a police siren. It warns animals of your approach in their danger alert frequency. This helps prevent a collision that could potentially harm you, your passengers and your vehicle. It also protects our wildlife. The High Frequency ShuRoo ÒSafety Sound ZoneÓ ShuRoo creates a high frequency ÒSafety Sound ZoneÓ 400 metres ahead and 50 metres either side of your vehicle which alerts kangaroos and other wildlife of your approach. It works day and night, rain or shine.