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
This is the first I have heard of this.
I know there are a few of us motorcycle riders that have GPS so I thought I would share what I was told today by an lawyer and part time Judge for traffic volations. In the Phoenix area he said any PHOTO radar pictures of people with helmet and face shield that cant' be identified can't be prosocuted.
Just getting started with adding POIs to my Garmin 765. I've already added the Rest Areas and I really like the idea of proximity alerts for things like that, but I'm curious about what kinds of POIs people are using proximity alerts for? Or, for that matter, when you might use the alert based on speed, as the option in POILoader allows you to configure.
One about 6 months old in southern Maryland. Just passed by it yesterday off route 301.
The coordinates are:
N 38 degrees 40.235 min
W 76 degrees 52.387 min
It doesn't exist in the databases I have for Costco. It includes a gas station.
Hope this helps.
Attention duffers - the Brooklyn, NY Attractions file has been updated with 2 new entries: Dyker Beach Golf Course and Marine Park Golf Course. Both locations are 18 hole facilities. Thanks go to ALANROBIN1 for the coordinates!
Just bought a Garmin 1350 at Costco for $129.99 (free shipping). That's a heck of a lot cheaper than what I paid $350 + shipping for my 3 year old Nuvi 350.
Hope this one works out as well, but if it doesn't, I very much like Costco's return policy.
Anything I need to on the look for???
I have been using nav systems since the late 70's (yes I am a dinosaur) remember Loran C? How about Loran A?
Springteq (springteq.com) has announced a HUD for GPS systems. Looks like it could be a nice feature.
2 links with info -
Its time for the World Cup Soccer Again.
Its a long shot but my first choice -USA
2nd Is Italia.
Who do you think will win the Cup?
Yea. After 46 weeks I got a windmill! Now, the question.
To maintain active status one must "post". Does this mean creating a new "post" or simply responding to one that already exists?
From the WSOCTV website in SC. I wonder why they listed his home address:
[BELMONT, N.C. -- Our newspaper partner, The Gaston Gazette, is reporting that state troopers stopped a distracted driver who blazed through Belmont at 102 mph while a 4-year-old girl slept in the backseat of his sport utility vehicle early Saturday.
I searched the forum for information concerning Flying J providing a complete list of their travel plazas, but only found information concerning the evolution of the current file at POI factory.
This week we are recognizing Mbrun for his Counties and County Seats Project. Here is a link to his list of files: http://www.poi-factory.com/user/199150
In his description of all of his files he states the following:
How will it affect GPS reception?
Just drove from Fairbanks, AK to Seattle. Canada's highways are scarry! Especially highway 37!
We get the occasional email from our PD concering crime and safety issues. Good advice for all.
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Advisory Message has been issued by the Police Department.
Friday June 4, 2010 11:32 AM CDT
Car burglary pattern-Most cars unlocked! GPS, laptops & stereos taken. Pls lock doors & remove valuables!
It seems that problem with red light companies can do more then just give a tickets. This one comes from Florida:
I've spent the last few days driving around New Mexico - Santa Fe, Los Alamos, down to Roswell and now Carlsbad. The trip has been quite enjoyable as I haven't been this way before.
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