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In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you used it to seek out special places to go (like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.).
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
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If you've used RoadNinja recently, and also have a dedicated GPS, are you happy with RoadNinja? Does it do things better than your GPS unit? Is RoadNinja accurate and complete?
Dallas police say their new license plate reader systems are the latter. The department recently joined a growing number of local agencies that use this crime-fighting technology. It’s equipped 14 vehicles with the cameras and deployed 14 fixed readers throughout the city.
There is a new GE versión. v188.8.131.52.
As today..., of course!
Does anybody know where I can get POI's by state or do I have to create my own? I'm lazy and not so good with Excel so I am just wondering
There is a free app for geocaching available for Iphones at www.geocache.com. For Ipad and android phone the app costs $10. It is by far the best app out there for geocaching. Good luck!
This week we are recognizing k6rtm for the information he provided in the A tale of two chargers thread!
K6rtm has been a member of our community for over four years. He’s frequently found in the forums answering questions and using humor to break down technical mumbo jumbo for those of us who might be tech jargon impaired.
Sometime this week... Pick up batteries for all your devices you depend upon to monitor your health and/or protect your family's health, safety and well being...and next Saturday before bedtime, change batteries in all your gadgets before you change your clocks...if you happen to live in an area where the clocks don't change, just change your batteries... smoke detectors, CO monitors, etc...
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I just recently purchased Microsoft street and trips and believe it is a good program , however....I can import gpx files with no issue but having some confusion and difficulty importing csv poi files......is there a protocol or "trick" to getting these to load???
In Florida it is now illegal to text while driving. It is also illegal to text someone who you know is driving. I wonder if it is illegal to program a GPS with a destination such as an address. It is similar to texting. You take your eyes off the road to enter data. My Garmin states that I should not program it while driving. I have to agree before it starts up. But is it illegal?
Earlier ruling saying you could not use map function while driving - http://www.csmonitor.com/Innovation/2013/0408/California-cou...
Latest ruling saying California ban on cell phone use does not include using map function -
Reuters report on a recent GPS satellite launch.
This week we are recognizing, Alandb!
Alandb has been a member of POI Factory for over 5 years.
You will often find him in the troubleshooting discussions sharing his thoughts and experiences. He also maintains the Garmin Maps | Cloning Method FAQ, which he recently updated.
Today is JM's day of birth! Happy Birthday, Jonathan!
I just find this website,get my second Garmin GPS and ready to learn from all masters in here
I wo't have much knowledge to share on this forum as I am fairly new to this, but I appreciate there being a site like this where I can learn from all of you! Hello from Tucson, AZ!
"Penalties for jamming GPS networks need to be co-ordinated worldwide as their importance grows, the technology’s chief architect says."
"On top of increasing the penalties for owning and using GPS jammers, Parkinson argues that manufacturers of receivers, particularly in the maritime industry, need to start toughening up their devices."
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