NCAA - DUAL CHAMPIONS!
Join Date: Mar 2000
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There are simply two way radios. You can buy some inexpensive one's at Wal-Mart. They have some that are hands free and even have Voice Activated Response (or something like that!). Radio Shack also sells some. Most have a 2 mile range, and do not need to be registered with the FCC. The more expensive models need the registration and have a wider range. I haven't personally used any, but I contemplate it every time I plan a road trip. These radios are also good if you are caravaning with friends, "Hey, rest stop at mile X".
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