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willranless
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 Mar 14 2011, 09:06 AM
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I used one for a very short while years ago (8 or so, when we first started camping). I quickly learned to leave it off due to language if kids were in listening range -- which meant I almost always had it off. So now it sits in my home's basement somewhere.

Years ago I knew a lot of people who used CBs when traveling, especially if in groups. Now I don't know anyone who has one in their vehicle. With cell phones there doesn't seem to be any need or want for CBs.


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