So far I have downloaded all my poi files into my desktop computer at home and then loaded them to my Garmin 1450,I am on a road trip and I am wondering,I have downloaded update files to my laptop computer if I load the new files into my gps will it delete the previous poi files I have loaded from the desktop computer,or just update the files that need to be updated thank you in advance.
In a effort to cut down on over updating our GPS units during all times of the week...
I purpose a NEW systematic change?
As 90% or more of all users update on Wednesday just after
I was trying to meet my family at an Outback. Much to my surprise there were NO Outback's listed under "All Foods" in the OEM POI listings (Garmin Nuvi 1490T). Did Outback refuse to meet Garmin's listing price?
Interesting, & disturbing:
Not sure if this is a done deal or not?
Quoted from an online community article.
Bob's Soapbox: 14 Things that I hate about drivers
1) Drivers that hog the left lane
This week we are recognizing Charlesd45.
Charlesd45 is always one of the first to the rescue when another member is stuck. He is also one of the first to congratulate someone on a job well done. He is usually one of my top ten posters for the week.
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
Has anyone used their GPS to visit prize winning decorations around your town? I had entered the addresses. We drove all over with the Trip Log on SHOW, so we could see what streets we had covered. We have visited 3 "Festival of Lights" in our region.It was interesting to see our track along the cart paths of the golf courses that hosted the attractions.
We were so successful in the Tampa location that I’m posting a new one for those who enjoyed deciphering the last one.
Let me do a little setup to explain how I came about this new location.
A couple friends of ours cruising on their motor home left the Tampa bay area in late October headed for California and meandering through various states.
Has this died out or am I wrong? I rarely see that people (in the metropolitan Seattle area) flash their lights to warn others that the police are around.
Share to let us know whether you do this or something else. This is not limted to only those people in the Seattle area. Thanks. I am curious to see your comments.
Ever since moving to Tampa in 1984 we noticed this strange building about a mile from home, why do I call it strange?
This year I am going to let the community pick someone for this award. I will also pick a second person based on my behind the scenes insight as moderator.
JM has programmed a voting system for us. We are opening the voting booth for about three weeks starting December 13th, and voting will end at midnight December 31st (Eastern Time).
Just a quick note of thanks to all involved for this website and the files available.
There's a lot of work here and I for one appreciate it.
I mainly use the Trucker related files, but I've recommended this site to dozens of other people, and they're all as amazed as I am.
Thanks again, and Merry Christmas to everyone.
I am just wondering if anybody here uses GPS for their work? Obviously, anybody who drives a vehicle has the potential to use a vehicle navigator, but I am thinking beyond that. For example, is there anybody here that is involved in GIS or surveying? I have seen work crews in my area using professional GPS units and I have thought that it might be interesting to learn a bit more about that.
I don't follow cameras much, but this might be of interest to some GPS enthusiasts!
This week we are recognizing JFCTexas.
This member has been on a roll this week with 5 new projects and 4 updated ones;)
Thanks for all these cool new files.
You can see them here: http://www.poi-factory.com/user/70992
That would be a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport at $2,580,000.00.
Well from the Road Test in the January 2011 Motor Trend I quote:
"There's no navigation in the $2.6 million Super Sport, not even an option. Bugatti flacks admitted that adding a nav system worthy of the Veyron would be too expensive for such a low volume vehicle, and recommend Garmin or TomTom units. Seriously? Yup."
It looks like this is giving the finger to the pedestrians, but I have to wonder if the traffic department is giving the finger to the motorists. Who knows.
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