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  1. #51
    You should try Garmin GPS. It's very durable and quality GPS gear, Used it for a while and it's really good. Personal thought tough
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  2. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by JaneGibb View Post
    You should try Garmin GPS. It's very durable and quality GPS gear, Used it for a while and it's really good. Personal thought tough
    From a functional point of view the HERE app achieves the same thing. Garmin used HERE maps.


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  3. #53
    i still think about my hiking GPS. i like that it would record the path i took so i could look back at it, much like the skiing apps do. waze and other automotive gps that i have used just get you there but don't record history.
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  4. #54
    looks like Waze in US has some speed limit coverage. on my recent trip to airport while driving on Merritt Parkway in CT i got the warning about exceeding the posted speed limit (showed both my current and posted #s). however on other highways i did not so it seems they have partial coverage.
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    MT Snow - 12.30 1.7 1.29 2.4 2.11
    Attitash - 2.17
    Black MTN - 2.18
    Wildcat - 2.19
    Eldora - 4.7
    Snowmass - 4.10
    Aspen - 4.11

  5. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    looks like Waze in US has some speed limit coverage. on my recent trip to airport while driving on Merritt Parkway in CT i got the warning about exceeding the posted speed limit (showed both my current and posted #s). however on other highways i did not so it seems they have partial coverage.
    Sounds dangerous. People could expect to get a warning and not look at the speedometer, leading to them not realizing there speeding. Dumb thing to do but I expect someone will reach that level.




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