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Been looking at my Rand McNally Motor Carrier Road Atlas. Thanks for the tip.
I notice something right off.... Either one has to go to school to understand all the stuff they put into this map OR be born on an 18 wheeler.
We have a 5th wheel as well and we were worried about low clearance bridges when we started on our one year trip last year. I didn't have a GPS/POI file when we started out. So we bought the Rand McNally Motor Carrier Road Atlas. It has all the clearances for each state and much more. We used this and were quite happy with it. In addition I like to carry a map with me anyway even if I have the GPS. I like it because it gives me a nice overview. So the Road Atlas came in handy for that as well.
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