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RanMan
post Dec 23 2010, 04:38 PM
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Recently a friend of mine suggested that I install a CB radio in my RV Park office in order to communicate with passing RV's. I was just wondering if this would be beneficial or not. According to him, some campgrounds he recently drove near are using the CB radio to broadcast a short message to RV's in their area, announcing site availability. I would like to hear from some of you to find out if you use a CB radio in your RV and, if so, do you monitor Channel 19 most of the time when you are traveling?
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post Dec 28 2010, 10:28 PM
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BTW, the "unofficial" RV channel is #13, and the channel for emergencies is #9.

I mostly use the CB to find traffic information when things slow down, or for another distraction when driving gets boring. It may be useful if you are out of cell phone range and need assistance. I also have a couple of hand held units and give these to the kids when they go to the playground so I can call them back for dinner.


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1989 32' Southwind MH
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