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Walkie talkies in Ireland

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Two families will be travelling to Ireland, renting two cars, and driving together to various locations. I have used walkie talkies in situations like this in the USA, which was very useful if one car had to stop, or the families wanted to chat. I seem to recall long ago on a Fodor's forum that walkie talkies are reserved for police use only in some parts of Europe. Does Ireland allow private citizens to use them? I suppose in the age of cell phones, this may be a relic of the past.
Thanks
Paul H

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