One feature that I like on my built-in GPS (Lincoln) is the ability to choose from multiple routes. I don't like a lot of features--like not being able to use a large computer screen to program the route and transfer it to the GPS.
Yesterday I downloaded the current CAT scale locations as the file on the site was last updated in '07 I uploaded a csv file for it. After uploading I saw a post that someone would like to see the city/state added in, which I did today. Once I see the file posted I will update it with the version that includes the city/state.
Is it me or is the site slow on page loading tonight???
A geocaching adventure in Orangeville could have been quite profitable for four local children...
This week we are recognizing, dobs108!
Dobs108 has been a member of POI Factory for almost five years. He’s one of our key people in the Nassau & Suffolk County area, emailing frequently to help us stay current with those cameras and posting on the discussion board to keep the community up-to-date.
Thanks for all you do, dobs108!
This is the place to talk about things that are not gps related.
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On the news today in Florida it was determined that some red light locations had shortened the time of yellow lights to increase the amount of tickets written and thus more revenue. A local news station reported on this and the timing was changed back to where it should be. This is another blow to red light cameras. Hopefully they will go away soon.
I'm sure there are plenty of other Garmin gals out there - what are your favorite POI files? One of mine is the POI on all the outlet malls. Would love to hear from you.
In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you used it to seek out special places to go (like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.).
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
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2014 Toyota Sienna with the factory built-in navigation system. Not only is the info often vague, but 15% of the time totally erroneous! It is deficient enough that it will play a part in my decision to stay with Toyota in the future. Is anyone aware of any built in systems using Garmin data? I always found the hand held Garmin units to be spot on!
I created a list of VW TDI (diesel) mechanics (http://www.poi-factory.com/node/43101) and put this link in a TDI forum on another site. The folks over there claim they can't see the POI file on this site. Looks like you need to be registered/logged into this site to see files. However, one person did register and still can't see the files associated with this link. Any clues?
This week we are recognizing Metricman for his work on the Bank of America file.
Metricman has been a member for over five years and we appreciate his continued contributions to our community!
Sounds cool. Maybe an insole would be better though. I can's see me wearing anything like what's pictured.
The capital of the Toll's and the RLC..To me is Central Florida
It's about time!
This week we are recognizing muell9k, for his help in the wav vs mp3 thread, plus he just passed the 6 year mark as a member!
Thanks for all you do muell9k!
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