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Old 01-03-2016, 03:37 PM   #11
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Try maps.me app. I cannot recall if I got it for free or a daily app, I do not use it often and prefer the garmin RV unit.

Should have added Maps.me downloads the maps to your device which can help with data charges.
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Old 01-03-2016, 03:48 PM   #12
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If you have a smart phone check out CoPilot. Does what you want and maps built in so you have GPS and maps even in areas with no cell coverage. Special now so great deal.
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I prefer Google maps. I also still carry paper map that I get from AAA. We have a Rand McNally GPS that we are happy with. We've also had good luck with Garmin GPS units. Before the trip, I go online to the Good Sam site to map our route and stops and upload it to the Rand McNally GPS. The reason we purchased it is that it has a large screen and is designed for RVs.
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I also use Google, Map Quest, Bing maps and All Stay finds any camp areas and much more for free. I also use Cracker Barrels finder for quick overnight stops when driving through for a good meal and free overnight parking with double long parking for RV's. Much better than Walmart. I believe it was Map Quest that gave me a low train underpass warning too.
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