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  1. Mark.Mercedes

    Mark.Mercedes Read Only Funster

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    What's the best atlas and books going to drive through France en route to Italy taking a couple of months.Cheers Mark
     
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    Any large map book, aa etc
     
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    Michelin wire bound large pages very good :)
     
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    +1 for Michelin maps. We also have Rough Guides for most countries we visit, very informative with no punches pulled.
     
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    Consider using a Trucker's edition atlas - they contain warnings of low bridges, narrow roads etc, which can come in handy from time to time.
     
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    Thank you everyone
     
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