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Old 01-05-2015, 08:30 AM   #15
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Can't have enough tools or toys. Checking it out today. :thumbup:
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I used it a few years ago for a while. But I went back to Street Atlas USA because it gives more route planning options and you can load your files to the Garmin GPS. You can also get all the items that they offer on your own from poi factory.
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For $39 a year you could buy a pretty good set of atlas's and guides to supplement all the free resources out there. Free state highway maps available at most welcome centers, a street atlas, a GPS, an iPhone, I just can't see paying for access to a website that looks like it was done with an amateur home website design program. Plus, I've never been lost, just checking out new territory.
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For $39 a year you could buy a pretty good set of atlas's and guides to supplement all the free resources out there. Free state highway maps available at most welcome centers, a street atlas, a GPS, an iPhone, I just can't see paying for access to a website that looks like it was done with an amateur home website design program. Plus, I've never been lost, just checking out new territory.
I have them - the mountain guides - etc. But filling in the preferences now - it looks like it might just be worth the 11 cents a day - maybe more.

I probably paid less than posted price but this lists at $29.95... and I need a magnifying glass to read it... I have used my RV 760 and Google to plan and always seem to be writing things down. Maybe the excel print out will give me something to work with better than a blank piece of paper.

Can't check out too much territory on $39 in my limited experience. As for free resources - have many - and most are OK - none worth much more than I paid for them which is supported by their price. And state highway maps - etc... now that the mh is our only home - the library is considerably smaller.
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