What are some good CB handle names?

Real Trucking Handles From Around the Country

Big Bag Swamp Fox Road Roller
Cycle Smoker The Blue Waffle Ratchet Jaw
Night Crawler Telecaster Trout Stalker
Twitch Sod Buster Sassy Kat
Large Marge Fatcat Road Hog

What are some CB sayings?

CB Lingo Words and Phrases

  • 10-4 Roger – Yes.
  • Back door – behind your truck, somebody who’s behind you, like the police.
  • Bad ass – very cool.
  • Bear – cop.
  • Catch you on the flip flop see you on your return trip.
  • Chicken coop – weigh station.
  • Chicken lights – extra lights on a rig or trailer.

What are the 10 CB codes?

Here are some of the codes gonzotrucker.com has listed:

  • 10-1: Receiving Poorly.
  • 10-2: Receiving well.
  • 10-3: Stop transmitting.
  • 10-4: Ok, message received.
  • 10-5: Relay message.
  • 10-6: Busy, stand by.
  • 10-7: Out of service.
  • 10-8: In service.

What does what’s your 20 mean?

What’s your 20? is CB (Citizens Band radio) lingo for “What’s your location?” What’s your 2020 can be part of a question about a person’s presidential aspirations for the 2020 election or about a person or organization’s goals or aims for the year 2020.

What does 42 mean on CB?

CB Radio Code and Lingo at CB World

CB Terminology Meaning or Translation
Fingerprint Unloading a trailer yourself.
Flip-Flop A U-turn or return trip.
FM An AM/FM radio.
42 Yes, or OK.

What does stack eights mean?

good-bye, and good luck
Stack them eights: good-bye, and good luck.

What is a Jimmy in trucking?

Jimmy. A GMC road tractor. Juice Box.

What’s your 20 definition?

What is a 10 13 in police code?

The ten-codes used by the New York Police Department have returned to public attention thanks to the popularity of the television series Blue Bloods. For example, in the NYPD system, Code 10-13 means “Officer needs help,” whereas in the APCO system “Officer needs help” is Code 10–33.