I had a recent experience where I was driving down I-95 and caught a partial sentence just out on the edge of my CB's range. The parts I could understand were "On the green stamp" and "south Bound". I was South Bound, and now curious.
7 miles later, my Redline begins alerting to CO Ka. A little further down the road was an FHP cruiser on the shoulder at a major interchange (where I was getting off).
I realized that If I had any clue as to what the slang terms I had heard were, this would have been a spectacular 7 mile save (if I had been speeding). The problem is, when it comes to the colorful terms that people use to call out a bear's position, I know squat!
I know that there is enough CB slang out there to fill volumes of books. To CB noobs on this forum like me, the only real important part of this is knowing when and where someone is alerting drivers to a speed trap. I cannot think of a better place to ask this question than in this forum, so here it is:
What terms should one be listening for on the CB that would indicate you may be approaching a speed trap?