That scale is not much different from the Michelin one which also shows all the other items mentioned. Haven’t seen the AA one but this is the one I use for route planning, smaller scale but easier to follow for planning longer journeys. A bit old, the roads may have changed but the places should still be in the same placeFor France I really like the AA Big Easy Read atlas - at 1:190k I think its the largest scale one around. Very easy to read, toll motorways are clearly marked, motorway service station names are included and you can tell whether they are the quiet aire type or the larger ones with full facilities (if that's important to you).
For other countries we have Michelin maps - they're ok but I don't find them as good as the AA France one. I wish that they did a similar one for the other countries in Europe.
Just looking for a french road atlas , are they all the same or is there one that stands out?
So are the downloadable Apps as soon as they are downloaded, but not the online versions, depending on the hosts' updating.May I enquire WHY?
There are excellent free resources on the web some available off line too (Search for Sites)
I do like Via Michelin as it gives me an idea of costings for a potential journey
Google Maps also works for finding things to do and where to eat that are open
All I have used paper maps for in the past has been to write on with maker pen where we have been but now I have that resource on my laptop too
Not condemning your use of them just interested why you would need one as all are out of date as soon as they are printed