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> Do You Use A Cb Radio In Your Rv?
Sundevil
post Apr 14 2011, 07:15 AM
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QUOTE(Wink @ Apr 11 2011, 10:07 PM) *

I do still use one on the road some times for traffic info such as back ups and best way through some city's like go through the middle or around it on a by pass.



I've got one, but normally only use it for information, and weather. Sundevil smile.gif


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QUOTE(RanMan @ Dec 23 2010, 03:38 PM) *

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?

I have a CB radio in my truck and I use it mostly to ask other people what kind of problem is happening on a given road or, if you need an immediate assistance. cool.gif
I agree that the CP range is about few miles only and would not be indicated for long distance communications. dry.gif
As mentioned by a gentleman earlier, the language is often colorful and not indicated as a learning experience but I often find interesting people going more or less on the same direction and it helps to pass the time. laugh.gif
With respect of listening to advertising by campsites on the road, well I am sure that no one will tell you don't come here because it is a lousy place !!!! laugh.gif
Hoops, I almost forgot, if you do persist in listening on the CB conversation, you are bound to learn a complete different language, truck drivers have built up a language on their own.
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