the site identifies "My Favorite Files". This is a great option.
Is there a way to down load all items that have been flagged as updated?
Other than have to locate each and the do the download?
Open Google Earth.
Enter: 33.97513, -118.23457
Zoom in and notice that the street seems to be "melting" into a trench. Keep zooming in until you drop into "Street View", into the trench.
If you move forward, the view jumps up and down as it crosses the pipes (or pillers).
Bing maps does not do this. it shows it as Railroad or commuter train tracks.
I recently purchased a VW with Turbo Diesel engine. Finding ultra low sulfur diesel is a challange. Any other road warriors out there that know what stations sell the ULSD?
In Google maps enter:
200a N Highland Ave, Baltimore MD 21224
Drop down to Street View and face West.
Zoom in towards the Red & White Trash can
The reason I say "Drunk" is because it's right outside "Discount Liquors". Move a little to the North and you can read the sign on the store.
This week we are recognizing Box Car!!!
Great job on your monthly updates to your Gas Station files.
We travelers really appreciate your dedication to keeping these up to date.
This is the place to talk about things that are not gps related.
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
MaryAnn Melby AKA Miss POI
It's a shame we don't have him alive to water board and play other games with him.
The files are continually updated with new stations so you can always get the updated version anytime...no need to wait!
You can select ALL E85 stations in the country or just the states you need. For your GPS device to run as fast as possible, best option is to select only the states you need.
This is a little scary.
On a regular basis, how many GPS receivers do you have running at the same time in your car?
I decided not to let my 200W go to waste as a backup, so I set it up to the right of my 1300LM and at the same time proved myself to be a true technogeek. :D
Hey everyone, after a LONG break I'm back... yeah I know nobody missed me, believe me I hear the same thing from my family so that's nothing unusual.
Looks like the Dutch police are going to use TomTom gps data to figure out the best places to set up speed traps!
I will be staying in the Lakeland area and working in the area from from Federal Way to Olympia, mostly around Ft. Lewis for about three weeks. Is there anything that I should be particularly concerned about? I have updated my map, loaded the latest version of the red light and speed cameras. What am I missing?
GPS-based tracking displays certainly would have had a role to play in preventing the April 11 collision on the tarmac at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, said Bill Voss, former FAA air traffic development director and current president of the Flight Safety Foundation.
GPS navigation systems aren't perfect. Most of them are pretty good, but blind acceptance of their advice can become a traveler's nightmare.
This week we are recognizing Kch50428.
Keith is one of our original members and has been with us for 4 years and 17 weeks.
It is so nice to have him active in the forums again as a regular.
I always miss my original crew and am so happy when they return home to help more people out.
I love ya man!!!!
Hi there, found this site and thought I would take a chance on some good feedback. Am moving from Tampa, Florida to Just outside of Nashville Tenn with my kids. I have never driven a big truck before and in this case am moving with a 16 footer and my car pulled behind. Needless to say am very concerned. Not so much about highways but am very concerned about stops.
Hello, new member here. Lookin forward to learning new trips and tricks for my garmin.
As an OTR trucker that doesn't have a smart phone...yet, I don't always have internet access.
Rath *sorry for not posting more *
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