What are the CB 10 codes?

What are the CB 10 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.

Why do CB codes start with 10?

For starters, there were limited police radio channels, so officers couldn’t stay on the line too long or else others wouldn’t be able to get through. The ten-codes were invented to communicate information quickly and clearly. The use of the number 10 before all of the codes was another workaround.

What does 10-10 mean on the radio?

10-9 Repeat last transmission. 10-10 Off duty. 10-10A Off duty at home.

What does 10 in the wind mean?

10 in the wind. Listening to the CB while driving (also known as “10-10 in the wind”). 10-100. Restroom break.

What does 10 200 mean on a CB?

Police needed at
10-200: Police needed at… (Somebody is breaking the law).

What is a 10 10 code?

Police 10 Codes

Code General Purpose Walnut Creek, CA
10-9 Repeat Repeat Message
10-10 Fight In Progress Off Duty
10-11 Dog Case Visitors Can Hear Radio
10-12 Stand By (Stop) Advise Weather/Road Conditions

What is a code 10-200?

What does police code 10-200 mean? Police code 10-200 means Narcotics, drugs involved.

What is a 10 17 code?

Police 10 Codes

Code General Purpose Walnut Creek, CA
10-16 Domestic Problem Pick Up
10-17 Meet Complainant Getting Fuel
10-18 Quickly
10-19 Return to _____ Return or Go to ___