Discussion in 'Canadian Truckers Forum' started by Cat sdp, Sep 18, 2022.
Do guys run vhf radios out in the boondocks? Like on the various haul roads , winter roads etc……
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Pretty much for everything. Haven't seen a bush road or lease road yet that has CB channels listed, just a frequency.
The few times I've had to head up a winter road to a drill site the customer would usually give me a portable radio or escort me in to the site.
I thought that it was illegal to use them on land ? But I guess not
Illegal to use marine frequencies on land.
I've never actually seen a CB in real life aside from in a box on a part store shelf.
I have both...company supplies VHF,,I supply CB. All bush hauls are on VHF
What’s a decent brand of vhf ?
motorola , kennwood
I found my Hummingbird marine radio languishing on eBay and listed as a CB..i paid $14 for the radio Its mounted in the boat but never used other than for weather reports.