If the radio's busy, saying "break-19" is the proper way to gain access to the channel, and begin talking.
What's your 20? Salt shaker.
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Runnin'you across The weigh station is open, and they're weighing trucks, probably in a quick fashion. You should eventually recognize the breaker and find out what they want. Bird dog. Hundred dollar lane, high dollar lane. The West Coast.
Black eye A headlight out. Crotch rocket.
Bull hauler A livestock hauler. He transmitted "where's your 20? Kojak with a Kodak Law enforcement using a radar gun.Learn English - Asking About Occupations, What is your Job?
Please help me understand this sentence? Taking pictures.
There is a traffic tie-up ahead, which will require immediate slowing down or stopping. Seat cover Sometimes used to describe drivers or passengers of four-wheelers. This usually means that you should adjust your break squelch level so that you can hear the other unit and then only begin to transmit when you can't hear anyone else. Chicken lights Extra lights a trucker has on his truck and trailer.
Covered wagon Flatbed type of trailer, with sidewalls, and a tarp. MingeBag 22. Is the word "homophobic" yet another liberal invention?