Every trucker in North America and many off-road enthusiasts.People still use CB radios?
Here, in no particular order are a few that I remember:
Police - Bears, Local Yokels, County Mounties, Local Constabulary
"Taking Pictures" - police using radar
"Bear in the air" - police helicopter
"Beaver" - female
"Buffalo" - male
"Lot Lizards" - prostitutes at truck stops
"Portable Parking Lot" - truck carrying autos
"Pregnant Rollerskate" - Volkswagon
"Super Slab" - interstate
"Malfunction Junction" - (possibly local usage) - a bad interchange
" (insert group being insulted) Funeral Wagon" - garbage truck
10-4 - ok
10-9 - what?
10-10 - I'm listening
10-10- & Listening in - I'm monitoring the channel
10-11 - no
10-33 - emergency
10-36 - time of day
10-200 - going to bathroom
"wall to wall & tree top tall" - you have a good signal
"white line fever" - someone being hypnotized by continuous driving
"Willy The Weaver" - a driver weaving all over the road
"Suicide Jockey" - a trucker hauling dangerous cargo - i.e. dynamite
"Bobtail" - truck with no trailer
"Dead Head" - truck with no cargo
"Swindle Sheets" - a truckers required ICC logbook
"Come On" - go ahead
"QRT and on the side" - I'm listening - (note the reverse meaning of QRT, which among hams means signing off)
"Keep her between the ditches, keep the shiney side up & the dirty side down & I'll catch you on the flip flop". - drive carefully until we meet again.
Most of these are correct although many are kinda outdated. But still understood however many have changed to slang you don't want to use. For example a "Good buddy" used to mean sorta friend driver, now being called a "good buddy" will likely start a fight. Now it's "hand" when refering to a fellow driver/trucker. "bird dog' is a radar detector. Pickle park" is a highway rest area. There are literaly hundreds more, Try googling CB slang and see if you can find it.