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Old 06-13-2012, 04:35 PM   #15
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I bought it as soon as I bought my class A motorhome... But people get really upset when I try to read it while driving

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Old 06-13-2012, 06:15 PM   #16
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We like The Next Exit and usually buy the latest one from Amazon every year. The navigator can find things in a matter of seconds vs fiddling around with the GPS. We tried Exit Now one year and she didn't care for the format and found some info outdated. We have a netbook and a mifi card (no iphones) but find the 'old fashioned' hard copy most useful. As to durability, I don't know how some folks handle the book, but ours is good enough after a year of use that we pass it on to someone else. In fact, that's how we got our first one.

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Old 06-13-2012, 07:30 PM   #17
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I use Next Exit along with the other gismos as I can make notations in the book. since most GPS use Navteq and they have a lot of errors, I also travel with a map.I never downloaded the 2011/12 maps for Garmin or Streets as the 6 errors I had reported were never corrected in the system.
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We also use the Next Exit on every trip, easy to find what I'm looking for. We have dumb phones and don't plan to change. If I had a smart phone I would have to find my glasses everytime to read it and I can read the Next Exit book without glasses. We have a GPS also but mostly use the Wal Mart Atlas.

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