Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by Hawkeye212, Mar 10, 2021.
Don't always depend on a GPS. Make sure you double check your route with a map!
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Set it properly and my map never got used.
I used copilot
Except for the other misc. Info.
California was sometimes a problem child though.
My GPS is on my boat.
Road atlas is a lot easier to use on the road.
I run all over the place,didnt use a map since the iphone was invented.
Have fun along NE corridor (NYC, Boston, Baltimore Washington etc.)
Midwest (Pittsburgh, Chicago etc) ^_^
My grandson uses the same map
I see a fence so im guessing SOL in a residential area
Is this a joke or something? Not really getting the 3 year olds toy map Lol
It looks like a map for an amusement park.
Did new york for 8 years hauling groceries,and been driving in the northeast since 2004.