I can't seem to find it. Anyone know what happened to it?
I looked for it also just out of curiosity and yep. it aint there .. send a note to Admin and maybe she knows where it is..
Jon posted a note the other day the file was taken down because another site claimed some of the information in Firenutt's file was taken from their site.
Well, at least those of us that have it, have it.
Those of you who need an UPDATE to the original file, I've got some new, personally found coordinates. Just message me and I'll tell you where to get the new file for free.
There's no sense in posting the smaller update file here since it's less than 100 locations.
It may take a few weeks to get back to me since I'm on the road a lot, but I will.
Thanks for your efforts
No problem. I was in Chicago recently with my rig and the file came in handy quite a bit. I'm pretty miffed that it had to be taken down.
I think the site http://lowclearances.com said it violated their copyright, but didn't know you could copyright data.
I just got my Garmin rv660ltm and started adding POI that are useful to me. Very interested in finding additional info on low bridge POI's. Is there a file still available for that? You can send the info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance
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