Our vessel is at Green Turtle Bay. We are back in Canada.I'm trying to get some idea as to marinas along the way.We do about 8 miles,speed over ground,,therefore could do 80 miles a day if 10 hr. days are possible?
IS anyone able to direct me to such a list with mileage or distance between each Marina.
I am buying an SD card for my 750. If I buy a micro card and pop it into an SD card holder, do they work OK, or is there a down side to doing it that way?
I am considering a stand alone GPS and am looking for suggestions. It would be good to get something under $250. Thank you in advance for your information.
Inspectors Found Listeria at Atlanta Eggo Plant
Running red lights and exceeding the speed limits are traffic offences in most jurisdictions. The penalty is generally a fine, and sometimes "penalty points". There are of course many other traffic laws we can break and be punished for. The punishment is also usually a minimum of a fine.
Today's local paper indicated that Staples would sell a $219 nuvi for $119. I checked online today and found where they would be selling the nuvi 255w for $120.
Garmin nuvi 225W Portable 4.3" GPS System - $119.99
TomTom Go 830 Portable 4.3" GPS System - $169.99
TomTom XL 330 Portable GPS System w/ Free Case MIR - $99.99
TomTom XXL 530S GPS System - $149.99
I've been gone a while. It's time to replace my aged Nuvi 360. I've always used Garmin but this is 2009.
In the United States, which is the best choice for the money now; Garmin or TomTom?
I've heard TomTom's maps have significantly improved and I like the option of being to update my maps/download approved maps which TomTom now offers.
Have you visited the website listed below?
It is another source for POI's.
I just read a message stating that a file had the wrong coordinates for its POI. I also had this problem with the Homehardware canada file. its about a 1 km or more out of place.
Click the link to read the story.
In line with the other thread about surprising satellite photos, here is a series of some of the Craziest Google Street Views: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/15/google-street-view-...
This week we are recognizing Not2Bright and Juggernaut as our contributors of the week.
Not2Bright, This week you proved that you were not 2 bright in picking out your name:P It has been great to read all of your posts this week. Thanks for all the help on the forums, especially the problem solving that you did with Turbocc.
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
need a poi file for branson, missouri tourist attractions, thanks for any help..
Have a great....peaceful and laid back week-end..do something new and exciting !
I wonder how long until this happens in the U.S. ?
The Dutch government said Friday it wants to introduce a "green" road tax by the kilometre from 2012 aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 10 percent and halving congestion.
Me: I'm heading to the northeast, first to Boston to visit some friends, and then to NJ and CT to see my sisters. One of them was just diagnosed with cancer. It is thought to be the least aggressive type, and said not to have metastasized yet. So, I'm more thankful than ever.
A lot of driving, but... have GPS, will travel.
The Galileo satellite-navigation system is coming.
After all the wrangling, the delays and the furore over cost, Europe's version of GPS is finally starting to take shape.
An admittedly selfish request for Miss POI:
Thanksgiving will be celebrated in the United States two weeks from tomorrow (Thursday, November 26). Is there any possibility that the red light/speed camera files for that week could be released a day earlier, on Tuesday, November 24? The Krull family (us) will be starting our holiday road trip on Wednesday, November 25, and we (and perhaps others here) will not be able to download the "latest and greatest" if it is issued that day.
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