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Old 05-14-2018, 02:24 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by creativepart View Post
One BIG difference for me - really the main difference that disqualifies RVTW is that I simply export my GS Trip Plan to my Rand McNally dashboard GPS system an I’m good to go.

But you have a max limit of 25 total stops (included trip start and final destination points) with GS, not so with RVTW. Additionally, as previously posted, magnification with RVTW really does allow clear view and routing through those spaghetti bowls and mix masters we all come across. I currently plan my trips on on RVTW then transfer (stop by stop) to GS, then usually have to do some fine tuning. GS does not always select the same route, especially if where you want to go takes you off the main thorough fares. DH likes the elevation feature in RVTW.

Ultimately, which one you comes down to equipment, program, and what is most comfortable for each person. All I know is that my pilot gets “kinda grumpy” if he has to turn around. For me it is RVTW, even if I have to do extra work to re-enter it into ourGS system.

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