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Discussion in 'GPS Navigation' started by Hugh Jardon, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. Hugh Jardon

    Hugh Jardon Deleted User

    i use tomtom in the motorhome, always been fantastic i must admit, i keep it on fastest route so i dont get caught down little roads, i got the maps of all of europe for 65 quid which have been a godsend when travelling over there...well recommended

    does anyone have any interesting downloads for the tomtom with useful information, like cameras, campsites etc etc
     
  2. Jim

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    The TomTom line is great, and this second generation have a much better reception, even motorhomes with th biggest lutons can still get good reception. I have got all the CLs and both the CC and C&CC sites on mine, there are lots of places that have them for download. We will have a download board here in a few days, but if you cant wait that long try here they have loads of stuff including the site ones:Wink:
     
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  3. Hugh Jardon

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    you complete star

    that is exactly what i was looking for .......coooooooooool :BigGrin:
     
  4. sammclouis

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    tom tom poi motorhome friendly parking

    graham hadfield has poi downloads for motorhome friendly parking..we have found this handy & used a few time..shopping,stopping to eat etc etc...find the poi download here http://www.motorhomeparking.co.uk/download.htm
     
  5. GJH

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    Beat me to it Sam :Smile:

    Graham
     
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  6. sammclouis

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    hhee hhee sorry graham..:Laughing:
    im just gonna downlaod the cl sites etc too as may come in handy if stuck.cheers jimjam....samm :Wink::Cool:
     
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    Lots of PoIs Here and Here.

    Best low bridge database I've found is Here.

    Graham
     
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    just downloaded some poi's from jimjams section...some good one there...will try your links now graham..phew its quite complicated..you have to go into the files and mess about..im succeeding so far though..samm:Err::BigGrin:
     
  9. Road Runner

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    I have just mastered tom tom home.

    Can I use this feature to download these.

    Must agree 2nd generation system is better:Wink:
     
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    The method to use is dead easy. Click on the appropriate download link and save the file(s) to a location you'll remember (might be worth creating a special folder). Then use Windows Explorer to unzip the files (if necessary) and drag/drop into your Tom Tom device - into the folder which contains the maps.

    Graham
     
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