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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-05-2003, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
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Street Atlas 4.0 USA 2004

Does anyone utilize this program? How is it?

Does anyone have it? if so PM me i have a "question" about it

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I ONLY use Rand McNally products.

People take these things too seriously!
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I'm looking to get a mapping software too, what is good out there? I have MS streets & trips now, it's better than nothing but it doesn't have all the roads on it
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I'm looking to get a mapping software too, what is good out there? I have MS streets & trips now, it's better than nothing but it doesn't have all the roads on it
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Try Delorme Company, I have been using their maps for years, for hunting, back packing and canoeing. Very detailed maps, right down to old logging roads, county by county for each state. That's why I wanted the route for the Sept. ride, so I can look up GPS coords a plug into the GPS on the bike.

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Try Delorme Company, I have been using their maps for years, for hunting, back packing and canoeing. Very detailed maps, right down to old logging roads, county by county for each state.
I already have atlases for many states, I want mapping software though.
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EXCUSE ME HERE THIS WAS MY THREAD!!!!

Just kidding. I use DeLorme street atlas 9.0 with my GPS. It is FANTASTIC! i was hoping to hear something about the new 2004 edition.

Back to the bastardizing--------

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I use the 2003 version for the hotels and sometimes routing.. use the streetpilot on the bike.
both work well.
the interface on the 2003 version is a lot different from the previous versions.... I gotta admit to liking the older layout better but its nothing you can't get used to.

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EXCUSE ME HERE THIS WAS MY THREAD!!!!

Just kidding. I use DeLorme street atlas 9.0 with my GPS. It is FANTASTIC! i was hoping to hear something about the new 2004 edition.

Back to the bastardizing--------

Looks like rain, but it snowed....too bad for the rubard

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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-06-2003, 07:04 AM
 
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does anyone with a garmin gps know if they are different maps available? i dont like the fact that chicago takes up so much space. it would take up so much less space if you had an option of not putting all the stores in.
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there is mapsource and citynav for the streetpilot at least

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I think I've tried that one. I've had trouble finding anything to map what I've found out there on my own in most cases. If you find something good let me know

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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-07-2003, 07:10 AM
 
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it came with mapsource. i think it sucks ass. i was wondering if there was an alternative.
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