The Good Sam has features I like:
1. The "ring binder" design allows it to be left on the seat, or stowed in a pocket, without losing your place.
2. The content organization is not broken up by state. If going from MI to FL via I-75, you just turn to the I-75 section and follow it the entire route. No flipping around when you cross a state line.
3. Once accustomed to the Good Sam page layout, I think it's easier for aged eyes to read. BTW, my navigator handles the exit guides while I drive. I would NEVER consult either one while driving, much less towing.
But I like them both, really.
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