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Neighbour issue

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Not a big issue and not a direct neighbour, there a house where I live where the installed some sort of device on their driveway that is sensor based and whenever I walk past the thing makes a very annoying high frequency noise.

I assume it is to scare dogs or cats but I hate that thing. Is there anything I can do besides kickin it? and I would rather kick it than talk to them.
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Hi All,

Not a big issue and not a direct neighbour, there a house where I live where the installed some sort of device on their driveway that is sensor based and whenever I walk past the thing makes a very annoying high frequency noise.

I assume it is to scare dogs or cats but I hate that thing. Is there anything I can do besides kickin it? and I would rather kick it than talk to them.
our neighbour put one in. depends if you like the neighbour. i get on with ours so i asked him and you can turn down the pitch and the volume so its not audible (it has a range). funny thing about ours is i couldnt hear it by my wife and kids hated it.
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Hi All,

Not a big issue and not a direct neighbour, there a house where I live where the installed some sort of device on their driveway that is sensor based and whenever I walk past the thing makes a very annoying high frequency noise.

I assume it is to scare dogs or cats but I hate that thing. Is there anything I can do besides kickin it? and I would rather kick it than talk to them.
Are you walking on the neighbour's private property when you walk past? If not you can tell them to make sure it is not going off when passing on public property. Even cats and martens are allowed to move freely on public property.

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our neighbour put one in. depends if you like the neighbour. i get on with ours so i asked him and you can turn down the pitch and the volume so its not audible (it has a range). funny thing about ours is i couldnt hear it by my wife and kids hated it.
You have a very young wife, Mikers.
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Old 22.04.2021, 18:55
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Not a big issue and not a direct neighbour, there a house where I live where the installed some sort of device on their driveway that is sensor based and whenever I walk past the thing makes a very annoying high frequency noise.
Wait a few years and you won't hear it, you young whippersnapper.
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Are you walking on the neighbour's private property when you walk past? If not you can tell them to make sure it is not going off when passing on public property. Even cats and martens are allowed to move freely on public property.


You have a very young wife, Mikers.
I have it on my phone. Useful if I want to piss off the missus, or people on the train etc.
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Old 22.04.2021, 20:44
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I have it on my phone. Useful if I want to piss off the missus, or people on the train etc.
Where can I get it?

Tom
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Where can I get it?

Tom
You need to bribe RobScue


Careful in vicinity of dogs, and animals in general.
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