The versatile amateur radio in the car
Mobile amateur radio in the car offers numerous possibilities, from short-range communication on VHF to worldwide radio operation on shortwave. There is something different about making direct vehicle-to-vehicle contact with other OMs, rather than using a mobile phone, without relying on the infrastructure of external mobile networks. Of course, mobile amateur radio is often only used for mundane communication: making an appointment during the journey to the Radio Club evening, flea market, fieldday or amateur radio fair, asking for directions or simply having a chat. And "last but not least", if you are QRV mobile, you can also provide help in an emergency - especially if the mobile networks should fail or even if you are just in a "dead zone".