If you want to make 2019 the year of adventure, why not embark on some off-roading experiences that will certainly get your heart pumping. Here is our pick of the best locations in the UK to enjoy a 4×4 getaway over the next 12 months.
We’re used to being in a world where we’re always connected. Whether it’s through our computers or our smartphones, the rest of the world is just a few clicks away.
In this day and age when we have communication tools at our fingertips, many people favour using their smartphones, tablets or computers over old-fashioned radios. However, there is still a time and place for CB radios, particularly because they let people communicate without being restricted about what they say.
North Lanarkshire Council has acquired two new 4x4s to help the local authority gain access to more rural locations in the region.
A documentary about an elderly’s man lifelong ambition to fly a plane is set to hit the big screens in Irish cinemas later this month.
It has been 13 years since Matt Figliola decked out a vehicle with the latest radar, radio, GPS monitoring system and performance equipment to journey across America.
If you’re keen to do some off road exploring with friends or family, there are a few precautions you should take to ensure that your journey is a fun and safe one.
In the modern world of the internet and smartphones, you might be wondering whether CB radios still have a place. But in some sectors, they’re very much an important part of daily life.
Citizen band (CB) radios are a great piece of kit to buy, especially if you find yourself out and about in remote areas on a regular basis.
History of CB radio The CB Radio Craze (1970’s) Introduction The CB radio was invented in 1945 by Al Gross, the inventor of the walkie-talkie and owner of the Citizens Radio Corporation. The radio became popular with small businesses and blue collar workers like carpenters, plumbers, and electricians who used the radio as a tool to communicate […]