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This website is a bridge ...

Under the title 'we need us' arises here a community. Combined with a Facebook page to bridge the gap between the professional drivers and car drivers. To have more understanding for the 'opposite side', consideration, mutual respect, courtesy and helpfulness is the common goal.

All this naturally requires some time - hence the request: be patient, Rome was not built in one day.

Some drivers see the truck as a traffic obstruction. What job drivers do around the clock but is unknown to many.

Deadline pressure, traffic jams, detours Observe the shift and travel times, etc. - clearly some do not see that.

This page is intended to help all those interested in mutual understanding.

Illuminate backgrounds and provide information to create more peace on the streets.

Who knows that Sundays for cooler drivers (these are the moving refrigerated trailers) is the busiest day of the week? If the refrigerated trucks were not delivering fresh fruit on weekends and especially on Sundays, then the shelves in the supermarkets would be empty on Monday morning.

This is just one of the examples - representative of many others.

If somebody cuts in with a car shortly before a truck to catch the exit, it triggers a full braking of the truck, because the brake assistants and distance assistants then throw the anchor, which in the worst case, like a chain reaction, can lead to rear-end collisions far behind.

All this and much more ... about this page should inform, build bridges and provide more mutual understanding on the streets.

Talking to each other ... CBtalk makes it possible

CBtalk APP

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Just talk to 'the other side'. Listen to the truckers, listen to what their job consists of, how to make sure goods go where they need to go, packages arrive and the industry can produce the things you want to have.

New possibilities let the wireless world grow together, Internet makes it possible, unlimited freedom. Connection of radio, CB radio and even HAM radio - everything is possible.

With the app for Android and iOS, the Midland CBtalk app connects all worlds. The truckers can be found on Channel 9. on the CBtalk APP so DEU09 or AUT09 etc.

Click on the blue M and get free and ad-free the MIDLAND CBtalk APP.

If you are interested in the Midland Dual Mike, who would like to know the possibilities, you can click on the APP icon to download or on the microphone image for more information about the order nowhardware, ie the microphone.

The 4-in-1 CB Amplifier and Bluetooth Microphone - Sparks with unlimited range and numerous additional functions.

Here are the sources for CB radios and of course the DUAL MIKE

 

thumb ftb logo de 720x150With radio technology Bielefeld one can also drive with the truck.
Dammstrasse 23 in the commercial area Werther / Bielefeld.
Order by mail, just click on the logo.

thumb ftb logo at 720x150Radio technology Austria also supplies truckers directly to
Motorway station Pettnau in Tirol on the A12 between Innsbruck and Telfs.
Order by mail, just click on the logo.

 

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The thing with channel 09

jackson ii ch9Since the middle of the seventies the CB radio in Europe was gradually allowed by all countries, at that time still with lower transmission powers and above all AM operating mode. Even then, channel 9 (if disturbed alternative channel 19) was distributed as a call and emergency channel and not without reason. If you look at (see picture) radios, they usually have a switch that allows quick change to channel 9.

alan 42ds ch9At that time the thing really made sense, every second car had an antenna, cell phones did not exist yet and in an emergency, on motorway or highway, the nearest telephone booth was often miles away. With the introduction of the first C and D network, later GSM car phones, this changed step by step.

Nevertheless, the Channel 9 on CB radio still has a special position, even if nobody today would come up with the idea to call an notary via CB radio - which is also logical and good. But his already then entitlement as a call - info - trucker and help channel is undeniably still valuable and helps many on the streets.

But what rules apply to CB radio and channel 9?

Read more: The thing with channel 09