Top CB Radio 10 Codes: What They Are & When to Use Them
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Top CB Radio 10 Codes: What They Are & When to Use Them

When it comes to CB radio 10 codes, everyone knows and uses the most popular 10-4: not just on CB radios, but also when talking in regular conversations.  10-4, meaning “OK,” “Message Received” or “Roger That,” is a quick way to relay that you understand what was just said to you over the CB radio. 

 

Lesser known, are the CB radio 10 codes other than 10-4.  We have included the top 7 to help you get started with your CB Lingo!

 

10-1: “Receiving Poorly”

10-4: “Ok, Message Received”

10-7: “Out of Service, Leaving Air” (you're going off the air)

10-8: “In Service, Subject to Call” (you're back on the air)

10-9: “Repeat Message”

10-10: “Transmission Completed, Standing By” (you'll be listening)

10-20: "What's Your Location?"

 

Stay tuned next post for our top 10 CB Lingo phrases to learn how to communicate with your fellow roadies or browse our site to find the perfect CB radio or CB accessory for you.

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