This week we are recognizing Tjablons and VinceCANuvi.
Tjablons, You are now everyone's Summertime hero of the year. You saw that this project: http://www.poi-factory.com/node/19690 needed to be updated and fired back up.
Is anyone on this site doing the "Run for the Wall"? My brother, who was shot down in a helicopter in Vietnam is doing the motercycle ride to Washington DC for the first time. He is posting photos each day on facebook.
He is on the Southern route. He started in Arizona on May 21 and I think they will be in Washington DC on May 29 or 30.
That is a long way to ride on a motercycle for anyone.
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
Hi, I'm new here, from Ky, and there are so many cool things on this site I don't know where to start. Trying to wrap my head around the cam/red lights right now. thanks all.
Does anyone know who is responsible for adding a new road/subdivision to the GPS world? I thought the county or state DOT would be responsible but when I contacted the county they said no. When I asked who was responsible they didn't know. Catch 22.
This is my 3rd topic about chosing a GPS. Sorry about giving you headache but this is what I do while buying electronics.
I eliminated other candidates and set a final game between 255W and 340-S.
Actually I was sure about getting 340-S because I loved MapShare and IQ Route function. I'll use GPS 7/12 in Manhattan. I was planning to use MapShare function against street closures.
The latest generation of satellite navigation devices can do more than just navigate.
This week we are recognizing farrissr for all of his support in the forum areas. Great job we really appreciate your input.
Last week my Garmin Nuvi was stolen....right from my own driveway! (and I live in a pretty good neighborhood).
Cops say it is probably in somebody's car already. Dang; I really liked that, and it had lots of POI's in there.
I did not use the "lock" feature where you have to put a code in to allow it to be useful.
Well, the soccer world cup is just around the corner...who do you like to be the champion of the world???
I go for: Germany
I will be heading south on the Memorial Day long weekend and plan to head down I-25 through Denver. My plan is to pass through Denver on Tuesday morning - AFTER the holiday.
What is traffic like on the I-25 through Denver ? I think I'll be passing through around 10:30 - 11:30 AM. Is it worth the extra money to take the 470 Toll Road?
Thanks for any help!
how would you like to be able to communicate in the future with out tipping on this site. with simplicity where you can explain in more detail how to solve issue with your GPS by using your voice and eliminating the hassle of typing,and eliminating the specifics of what some one is trying to say.
I apoligize if this question has been address in the past, but could someone tell me how to use Icons and sound files on Nuvi 765T?
Many Thanks in Adavance
Because we only have the one nuvi 660 and switch between cars, we were without it the other night, in bad weather and on a particular expressway where once you get on, hang on tight, it will be miles before you can exit or u-turn. Reminds me of northern VA around the Memorials on the other side.
I'll start driving cab in NYC. I have no problem with the roads an rules but I'm having problem with POI's. That's why I need a GPS device.
I'm also not very good at out of town locations. However, %90 of trips occurs in Manhatan.
To sum up, I need a GPS device which has:
1) Extensive POI database
2) Strong signal reception
3) Fast routing
4) Text-to-Speech function(TLC rules :S)
I just found the check problem tool.(cool)3000 files latter,better late than never,sorry miss poi
Rather interesting, although there's nothing we probably don't know.
I just wanted to share how a POI Factory member went above and beyond expectations for another member--whom he didn't even know! GPX files and TourGuides are some of the coolest newer technologies for GPS enthusiasts; but, they require a little training to get them up and running just right--especially if you are new to the craft.
Where is the best place to download mp3's. I know I'm 10 years behind the times. I used Napster in 1999 when it was still free. I lost interest when it started charging. I've looked at them and Amazon and emusic, but I'm wondering if there is some, preferably cheaper, place I've overlooked.
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