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November 04, 2020

Whether you are touring the country with a couple of friends or traveling with a large and experienced RV group, using radios will make your RV caravan communication simple and straightforward. In the event of an emergency or if you just need to relay a message, you don’t want to be stuck without a form of communication. We have found that many caravan in pairs – it’s important to stay connected with them at all times. Keep in constant contact with your fellow travelers with the help of radios.

Reliable communication is so important in an RV caravan.

Use Two-Way Radios for Emergency Situations in RV Caravans

If you are traveling around Alaska, the Rocky Mountains, or Zion National Park, take time to marvel at the sites around you – but remember your communication in case of what-if. Don’t rely on cell phones that can quickly lose charge and service. The MXT275 MicroMobile® Radio is a powerful, reliable radio that can be easily installed into your vehicle.

The MicroMobile® MXT275 is a powerful, compact radio that won't take up too much dash space.

Even if you are traveling in a group, RVs within your caravan can be on the road at varying times. If you suffer a blow out, RV breakdown, or find yourself in a serious storm, you will want to make sure you have a consistent form of communication to contact your fellow travelers. Remember that in the mountains or desert, cell phones are not reliable. If you find yourself in a predicament, make sure you have a radio like the MXT275 to rely on.

Use Two-Way Radios for Casual Conversation in RV Caravans

Even if you (hopefully!) don’t experience an emergency on the road, you’ll still want to communicate with your fellow RVers. If you are running a little late to your campsite or if you want to alert the travelers of a beautiful lookout off the road, you don’t want to rely solely on cell phones.

A GMRS two-way radio is very important for reliable communication in an RV caravan.

With the MXT275, you can quickly communicate with others – just make sure you’re tuned to the same channel. With no programming required, the MXT275 is simple and easy enough for your whole group to use.

RV caravanning is a great way to travel the country with friends of similar interests. Make sure you’re able to communicate with them with the help of radios.


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