GMRS, the General Mobile Radio Service, or GMRS radios are intended for personal use in general communications. It shares some channels with FRS, but it offers more power, range and versatility than lower power FRS radios. GMRS radios are available in portable handheld models at up to 5 watt and mobile/base station models at up to 50 watts of power. With the frequency range 462`467MHZ.
High power-GMRS radios are available in portable handheld models at up to 5 watt and mobile/base station models at up to 50 watts of power.
Long distance-High power will help you to communicate longer than FRS.
Repeater capable- Usually Channels 23-30 are GMRS repeater channels. No need to program, you can easy to connect with local GMRS repeater.
More Channels-Some radios with 30 GMRS channels for transmit. And some radios offer extra channels to receive.
Yes, An FCC license is required to operate GMRS radios. When you get this license, you can operate the portable, mobile, fixed and repeater GMRS radios. One GMRS license covers the entire family. And you should be 18 years or older to apply for this license.