Any thoughts on creating a POI database in addition to hosting individual files?
When I am traveling, there are many POI files I am interested in and it would be nice to select a location (like a state or multiple states) and then select various kinds of POIs and extract only those. It would be easier for me, as a user, to manage by selecting by geography by topic instead of only by topic.
I have found the TomTom 930T for $399.95 and the Garmin Nuvi 765T for $499.95. Which do you think gets you more bang for your buck? The 930 does include Europe but don't really need it.
This week we are recognizing A_user and Joepatty1.
A_user, You are such an asset to our community, you are friendly, very helpful and are often times the first person to respond to a question. You have been submitting icons, sounds and file updates over the last few weeks and I just wanted to let you know how much we appreciate having you in our community.
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.
I'm surprised he doesn't have the TomTom ONE 125 which may be one of the best deals this year at $99 if you never go to Canada/Alaska.
Also doesn't have the nuvi 205 and lower priced Navigon models.
Interesting article, although I'm sure not all of you will agree.
I am new to GPS systems and just order my first GPS this morning. I order the Nuvi 350 to be exact. While I was reading reviews and watching videos on the 350 I stumbled across this site and I am very pleased with all the information and POI available. I have downloaded 14 POI already mainly all the site seeing ones since photography is my life.
I just looked at the custom POI for Malls of America. When I looked at the cvs spreadsheet I wanted to see where the malls were so I could plan some trips before I downloaded the file. I saw the latitude, longitude, mall name and street address but did not see the city and state. Therefore, without going to another source I have no idea where these are or if they are somewhat close to me.
In the past I have added several custom POI's that are useful to me, however, I was amazed to learn there are over 6 million POI's already on my Garmin Nuvi. For example most hotels/motels are there including their addresses and phone numbers. The same goes for hospitals, auto service centers, etc.
Just last knight the news channel 12 had miths on speed cameras. One that I thought was extreme was you can beat the speed camera by speeding, but you will have to have a vehicle that can move at speed over 171mph and the type of vehicle that can do that is around 100 grand or so.
Does anyone have gps coordinates for Micky and Minnie's house at Walt Disney World in Florida?
Hello Poi Factory Members,
I've been a member awhile but seem to have spent all my time here absorbing rather than contributing. Wow, what a wealth of information!
here's a place that can save you some CASH on speeding tickets even though I KNOW NONE OF YOU WOULD EVER SPEED! Think of it as a savings account and when used in conjunction with the Red light Camera POI file, well heck, you might just save enough money to purchase a brand new GPS hot off the assembly line each year.
Ok, so enough flapping my gum's, here's the link:
Thanks to iceman2k4 for the info on tires.
I am not sure if you are also aware of tread wear number. You will see a tread wear number on the tire that ranges from 200 to 695. The marking usually will indicate that for each 100 it represent 1 year of tire wear. For a tread wear of 600 it would last 6 years.
I hope this is informative.
I'm a new member and I need your advice on available GPS's. I have three models in mind they are MAGELLAN 1412, GARMIN NUVI 255w and GARMIN NUVI 260w. I am limited to 250.00. I need some input on these models. I don't need any bells and whistle. Thank You
Ok, I don't know about the rest of you here buuuuuut, I'm ready for a NEW PICTURE of Miss POI! (LOL) Mind you, the old one isn't hard to look at but, surely Miss POI can't remain ageless FOREVER?!
So what do you all think? Is it time for her to give a new face or what?!
I have been considering purchasing a new computer and find that the latest technology is 64-bit processors running on windows vista.
Has anyone had experience using any gps related software with these new systems?
I would like to here success stories as well as problems encountered.
Saw this on another web site and wanted to pass it on to all the good people here:
When doing your Christmas cards this year, take one card and send it to this address. If we pass this on and everyone sends one card, think of how many cards these wonderful special people who have sacrificed so much would get.
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