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Langtoftlad

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Further to my question about a glovebox atlas - got wondering what maps & guides you always have in your van?
I'm mainly thinking about UK based, but it could be interesting to see what you Europhiles lug with you on your travels.
 

GJH

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We carry a copy of the Philip's Navigator Camping and Caravanning Atlas of Britain 2014 (similar to Philip's Navigator Trucker's Britain but with C&CC sites and CSs mapped as well)).
When I remember we also take local street atlases if we have them.
 
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All the aires and ACSI are the ones most referred too, but we carry quite a few others, perhaps I'll have a clear out. On the rare occasions of doing anything in the UK I use the C&CC book (the only club I belong to, apart from this of course)
 

pappajohn

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TomTom.....and a whole virtual library of common sense.

Its just not possible to get lost in the country....every road leads somewhere and most have signposts.

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