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I just bought a TND 720, I tried importing the pois, But my computer wont let me import the file, , and I cant see it in the download menue. But I can see it when I am not trying to import the file to the Gps.
The 2012 discussion of the existence of (and need for) Motor Vehicle Use Maps has been discussed in the thread:
The older thread discusses why the Forests are now coming up with Motor Vehicle Use maps rather than the old standard "all forest" maps.
I have recently become a scooter rider (a Honda Helix clone to match my lady friend's Helix) Both are 250 cc bikes. We have matching helmets with Bluetooth intercom capability (Sena SMH10). The bike to bike and telephone features work great. I have mounted our older Garmin GPS's, mine is a 760 and hers is a 350.
Interesting take on Flo's (Progressive) Snapshot device.
This week we are recognizing, Gary A!
Gary A has been a member for over five years. He maintains a variety of files for Tampa Bay area attractions and is always fun to hear from in the forums.
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 was looking at my address on GoogleMaps today using street view. I realized that I could see a pile of trash that would let me date the image to the spring of 2008 (some renovation work).
Is there anything unique to your street view that would let you date it?
If so, when was the shot taken?
A story over in Wired that I think nails it--
Your car is the killer app for Google Glass -- not only for gps/nav, but extending into other aspects.
Almost all of the new model cars and trucks have available options for navigation systems. I must admit some of the capabilities and integration points are tempting. I still have not seen any with the ability for the user to add POI and update maps for a reasonable cost. I may have missed something as the capabilities of the offered systems change quite often.
I have been reading on this site for quite some time now.. There seems to be a LOT of great folks signed on here..
But one thing that inquiring minds wants to know(ME) is just what is the age group that we have here..
If your up to the Challenge, just answer the following question: (or dont if you feel you cant.. I wont be mad)
Here is the Break Down:
A) Under 25
After my previously posted here unpleasant experience of being pulled over by a cop while driving lawfully on a highway, and being falsely accused of "swevering", I have thought about getting a dash cam to protect myself.
Seeing these videos make me even more motivated to get one:
Is this real?
Go on Google Maps. Type in: 52.376552,5.198303 and you'll see a man dragging a body into a lake.
This week we are recognizing gordyo!
Gordyo dopted the Marriott Properties file a couple of weeks ago and has been updating it nicely.
He also started the Get Rid of Your Old GPS thread which is proving helpful for many users.
We’re happy to see him active on the site again!
Can anyone who lives in Minnesota recommend some POI files that will be helpful for finding things that someone who knows nothing about Minnesota will find helpful.
In particular, the Twin Cities Metro Area.
There is an article in the Washington Post this morning concerning the town of Laurel, MD where the local police have installed a decoy speed camera - a traffic camera box with only sandbags in them. It was installed near Laurel Elementary School. The real one was installed elsewhere. DC, Prince George's & Montgomery County say that none of theirs are fakes.
Greetings and Hello to all.
I was on a road trip recently with a friend, driving at the speed limit on cruise control in a new rental car with less than 5k miles on the odo. There was hardly any traffic so it was a nice drive for a while.
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