CB Radio 10 Codes

The following is a list of CB radio "10 codes". Ten codes are an abbreviated way of sending messages, some of which are very common among those that use CB radios frequently or professionally. If you're new to the CB world, take a look at the list below to get familiar with some codes you may hear.

As you can imagine, some are more popular than others. I don't recommend that you memorize the list below, just use it as a reference if you hear something that you're not sure about. The list of 10 codes below was taken from the manual of a Cobra CB Radio.

10 Code Description 10 Code Description
10-1 Receiving Poorly 10-34 Trouble at this Station
10-2 Receiving Well 10-35 Confidential Information
10-3 Stop Transmitting 10-36 Correct Time is
10-4 Ok, Message Received 10-37 Wrecker Needed at
10-5 Relay Message 10-38 Ambulance Needed
10-6 Busy, Stand by 10-39 Message Delivered
10-7 Out of Service, Leaving 10-41 Turn to Channel
10-8 In Service, Subject to Call 10-42 Traffic Accident at
10-9 Repeat Message 10-43 Traffic Tie-Up at
10-10 Transmission Completed, Standing by 10-44 Have a Message for
10-11 Talking too Rapidly 10-45 All Units Within Range, Please Report
10-12 Visitors Present 10-50 Break Channel
10-13 Advise Weather/Roads 10-60 What is Next Message Number?
10-16 Make Pick-Up at 10-62 Unable to Copy. Use Phone.
10-17 Urgent Business 10-63 Net Directed to
10-18 Anything for Us? 10-64 Net Clear
10-19 Return to Base 10-65 Awaiting Your Next Message/Assignment
10-20 My Location is 10-67 All Units Comply
10-21 Call by Phone 10-70 Fire at
10-22 Report in Person to 10-71 Proceed. Transmission in Sequence.
10-23 Stand by 10-77 Negative Contact
10-24 Completed Last Assignment. 10-81 Reserve Hotel Room for
10-25 Can You Contact? 10-82 Reserve Room for
10-26 Disregard Last Info. 10-85 My Address is
10-27 Moving to Channel. 10-91 Talk Closer to Microphone.
10-28 Identify Your Station. 10-93 Check my Frequency on This Channel.
10-29 Time is Up for Contact 10-94 Give me a Long Count.
10-30 Does not Conform to FCC Rules 10-99 Mission Completed. All Units Secure.
10-33 Emergency Traffic 10-200 Police Needed at

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