CB, Citizen Band Radio 10 codes for quick simple and clear navigation on the Highways

10-1

Receiving poorly

10-25

Can you contact

10-55

 smokey on your rear

10-2

Receiving well

10-26

Disregard last info

10-59

 hot beaver at . . .

10-3

Stop Transmitting

10-27

I am moving to channel

10-60

What is next message  #

10-4

Okay, message received

10-28

Identify your station

10-62

Unable to copy, use phone

10-5

Relay message

10-29

Time is up for contact

10-63

Net directed to

10-6

Busy, stand by

10-30  

* FCC Rule Violation *

10-64

Net clear

10-7

Out of service, leaving air

10-31

 can you meet me

10-65

Awaiting your next message

10-8

In service, subject to call

10-32

I will give you radio check

10-67

All units comply

10-9

Repeat message

10-33

Emergency traffic

10-70

Fire at

10-10

Transmission complete, Standing by

10-34

Trouble at this station

10-71

Proceed with trans sequence

10-11

Talking to rapidly

10-35

Confidential information

10-77

Negative contact

10-12

Visitor present

10-36

Correct time

10-81

Reserve hotel room for

10-13

Weather/Road report

10-37

Wrecker needed at

10-82

Reserve room for

10-16

Make pick up at

10-38

Ambulance needed at

10-84

My phone number is

10-17

Urgent business

10-39

Your message delivered

10-85

My address is

10-18

Anything for us?

10-41

Please, Turn to channel .

10-91

Talk closer to the mike

10-19

Nothing for you, return to base

10-42

Traffic accident at

10-93

Check my frequency

10-20

My Location

10-43

Traffic tie up at

10-94

Give long count

10-21

Call by telephone

10-44

I have a message for you

10-97

<< rest break at . . .>>

10-22

Report in person to

10-45

All units please report

10-99

Mission completed, all secure

10-23

Stand by

10-49

meet me at . . .

10-100

Nature Break

10-24

Assignment complete

10-50

Break channel

10-200

Police needed at

 

 

CB TERMS:

A Pickle: Same sex, or animal partners <10-66>

back door = (behind you), by Angie Cope

Bear Trapper: Cop using rador

Beaver: Good Looking Lady

brown paper bag = (unmarked tan, beige or brown traffic officer's vehicle 
                    [vehicles without external identifying insignia are often used to trap speeders])
, by Angie Cope

Chicken House: a place that weighs trucks for the state

Chicken Truck: A truck with many lights

christmas card = (traffic citation), by Angie Cope

County Mounty: A county cop

Gum Ball Machine: Cop car with large light on top

Pickle Park: Rest Area

Picture Taker: Cop using rador

Seat Cover: Lady with nice set of legs

Smokie: State Cop

 

Hello, this is Jay Bird on am channel 19 
I have had several radios.  Robyn, Uniden and now I am on a Connex cx 3300HP
I got started on CBs around  1970, since my father and a few relatives were truckers

The  CB radio was the first chat room. I think it was better before the de-regulation, but that is history.

I think for the money the Connex is the best radio.  There are bigger radios, but your paying more for the name than for the product
The most important thing is to have a good antenna, I think the best one for the money is the Wilson
and make sure it is hooked up right, for a few dollars you can have this done for you and know it is done right 
which will make it clear and easier on your radio.

 

I now travel the 48 usa states and canada, and I always enjoy chatting on the radio

And for you women out there, give me a shout, you have as much right to be on the air as anyone,

and about 10% of your truckers are now women, so your not alone

Send me an e-mail, perhaps we can hook up a time to chat

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