Elderly See Pedestrians Half as Often as Younger Drivers, According to New Research.
As I said in another post I am 63 and have no problem being tested when I am 65.
This week we are recognizing Juggernaut for all of his help in the forum areas of the site.
I've been looking at new cars lately. Many of them have built-in GPS's as an option. Can the brand be specified, or are they subcontracted by the vehicle manufacturer? Are the map and red light/speed updates free?
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
Does anyone know if there are any gpsr's that actually have "reality view" whle navigating, at all times, not just when encountering a an exit or intersection?
just loaded pois to my unit i reached 1,000,000+ (i got most of them from here i have everything from BEER ME USA...to UFO sitings..and everything in between.. as a truck driver i get to see alot of stuff now i know what im looking at....favored ones are off beat tourist attrections........what about you all........OH LOOK THERES A BIG BALL OF YARN AHEAD.......
Happy GM's Day
For any of you that run tabletop RPGs... Happy GM's Day!
- Yes March 4th is ours!!! *muhahahahahahahahahahahaha*
The latest idiot...
A Quebec woman stranded for three days on a snowy New Brunswick logging road after her GPS led her astray says she expected to be stuck until spring.
The European system that augments GPS signals to make them more accurate is now suitable for use in aviation, the European Commission says.
Egnos, the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service, can tell planes and helicopters where they are to within a couple of metres.
On a recent trip along a stretch of highway 9 in Ontario,my 250W started recalculating about every 1or2 kilometers west of Orangeville . It did it for about 10kms. then stops and everything is fine.There is a very large micro wave tower in the area just off the road,possible? Anyone with any ideas.
I came across this item: http://www.meritline.com/super-mini-cigarette-lighter-gps-bl...
1. Does this thing actually work?
2. Who would really buy this thing?
3. Is it even legal?
Rath here, just checking in and saying hi! New to this GPS stuff and POI's.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Opened Google Earth (not Google Maps) today and I thought something was wrong. But nope, it's a change.
You know that Funky location indicator that was hard to see, especially in urban areas?
Well, now there's a bright red X in a bright red box. Hard to miss. Guess they got too many complaints about it being hard to see!
This week we are recognizing Rettollcapt and Bear007.
Rettollcapt is working on producing Fly Shop files for all of us fishermen and women. He even made a really nice icon for them. Great job!!!!
Bear007 has been working on the Grainger project. It is nice to have some of these big companies finished and up in just one file.
Over a quarter million strong and growing...
When I joined this family, I was the 14,984th member (that was 3 years and 43 weeks ago). This family has now grown, to over a quarter of a million strong.
I take my hat off to MaryAnn and Jonathan for all their efforts in running "the best" POI site on the internet.
Keep up the good work!!!
I bought a different gps since I wasn't happy with the last one, so I returned it. Now I need to find out how i can load my poi purchased to this one
Is there a POI file for US Post Offices?
How about just Tennessee?
I have a Nuvi 750 which works perfectly fine, but have been considering making an upgrade, especially after seeing the current offerings from Garmin and even Tom Tom (been a long time Garmin user but that 5" display from Tom Tom really caught my eye).
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