The Economy must be taking a bite out of businesses since now the Flying J's are charging RV owners $10.00 to dump their tanks. This service has been free for more than 10 years.
ICBC expands red-light camera program with 140 sites
All cameras location at:
Saw this ad on TV and thought of all the users here.
Just saw that the North American Breweries file has an update and I remembered about this little news item.
Should make a few Canadians very happy.
This week we are recognizing Gadgetguy2008.
A few weeks ago he made a request for a smart phone forum. It took us a little bit to get it posted but when he did he did is little Tasmanian devil routine right away. He made me a list of 84 past discussions so that I could move them to the new forum.
I am not sure how long that took him but it sure saved me a lot of time and work.
The start of a new year is always a good time to make a BACKUP of your GPS. It only takes a few minutes and may save countless hours if you do something you did not really mean to.
If you do not know the procedure, follow these instructions:
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
OK, so I'm new to the POI thing. Found a number of packages for which I am very grateful (such as Rest Areas, which would have been great to have driving from Virginia to Connecticut before New Year's).
Every time I watch this, it makes me laugh.
It reminds me of stories posted here about owner's "adventures" with their GPS when they follow it's directions too literally.
I got a new Garmin for Christmas (1450), I ran across this site a week ago and WOW do I love it.
I loaded a few POI's on the unit, now today I need to go back and add the icon's.
I've just completed about 1000-mile drive around the state of CA (LA - Mammoth Lakes - S. Lake Tahoe - Reno - S. Lake Tahoe - SF - Fresno - Sequoia National Park - LA). I have current.gpx file from my Nuvi 760. As I understand it, this file keeps track of my trip.
Hi, I am new here. I have had my GPS, but am going to take a trip and I thought I would update my GPS. What better way then getting some new POI files.
Press release from Clear Channel on their expanded offerings:
Clear Channel Radio’s Total Traffic Network: Navigating the Future with a Fresh Platform, New Partners and Additional Markets
Checking or planning a route can sometimes require going to other sources for coordinates. One major online source even, for a time, seemed to suggest downloading of routed trips to a GPS, but that source never has exit number expect on "get directions" printing.
Anyone know why they don't give map image that include Exit Numbers.
I wonder if anyone else has had this thought (and wish)
I often read a post (using the Unread Post route) and think that I would like to post an answer but not just at that moment; maybe I want to look something up or test something on my unit.
I would love to be able to mark the post as "unread" to me so I could return at a later time.
This week we are recognizing VinceCANuvi and Tonytruck.
VinceCANuvi, Blew through the "What POI's would you like to see on here" thread like a tornado and answered everyone's questions. If there was not a file available, he made one. I love to see members take this sort of initiative to help make this community better. Great Job!!!!
ive been playing around with this program this week end and it has a buffer what is this for ,,,,, ive tryed to deleat some parts of phases and it says out of memory ,,, some thigs id like to see on this program is a way to listen to the phase .... other then that its a pertty cool little program.... any updates of it coming out???
Now that I have 4 years of experience being a forum moderator I can predict how things are going to go depending on what time of year it is.
I am being proactive this year in hopes that we can avoid all the after holiday bs that goes on around here.
I know that the holidays can cause stress and leave you feeling upset with people in your life.
Watch the Video.
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