2 Way Radios Rule

Hi Friends,

Jay is my oldest son and the manager of our tech support department. Jay is gifted in everything mechanical whether it is building musical instruments or working on automobiles and motorcycles.

Jay is forever shopping on Craigslist for his next project.

Recently he traded some work for a chainsaw. He traded the chainsaw for a motor scooter. He traded the motor scooter for an old MG Midget that did not run. (In our politically correct world I doubt that we will ever have another automobile with the moniker “Midget”.)

He got the MG Midget running and promptly traded up for an MGB that needed a paint job. The MGB was painted and traded for a motorcycle which was traded for some parts that became a custom electric bass which was traded for another motorcycle that was traded for his latest acquisition a large body Mercedes Benz Diesel automobile.

I am Jay’s wheelman in many of these adventures. Typically we drive to some remote location (because Jay never trades for anything that is just down the street) to pick up his next “deal.” Then I follow him home while he drives a car with either no windshield, errant brakes or a hood that has to be wired to stay in the down position. Sometimes we do not learn that the vehicle is currently being used as a chicken coup or is totally infested with ants until we arrive to arrange transport. However, it seems all genuine bargains are picked up after dark and at least 30 miles from home.

These situations are perfect for using 2 way radios. Cell phones are terrible for this use. The great benefit to using 2 way radios is the immediacy and ease of use.

Think about Jay and me on a dark highway at night. Instead of  fumbling around with dialing cell phone numbers we just pushed the talk button and reported in. With 2 way radios there is no dialing, or redialing, or poor reception, or the battery dying, or even having to hold the cell phone to our ear in order to hear.

‘2 way radios rule’ in the right situation. Give us a call and we will help you determine if 2 way radios are right for you. Doing business with 2 Way Radio Express is easy.

Best Wishes,

Manzie R Lawfer