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Michelin North America Road Atlas 2013 (Atlas (Michelin)) Spiral-bound – June 16, 2012

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Product Details

  • Series: Atlas (Michelin)
  • Spiral-bound: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Michelin Travel & Lifestyle; 11th Edition edition (June 16, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 2067175424
  • ISBN-13: 978-2067175426
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 0.6 x 10.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #957,648 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is a very good, usable road atlas. There are overlaps so you can easily find your way from one page to the next, and no splitting of words and even letters across pages, such as in the Rand McNally atlases.
The index is also good, and you don't have to already know which state a town is in to find it. A section on Michelin scenic drives is a bonus.
The main drawback that I can see is that the format is not large. That makes the atlas more manageable, but less spacious to read. Also, the scale for Mexico is way smaller than for the US. Even in Canada the scale is a bit too small.
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The maps appear to be up to date and cover down to most drivable roads. Although I note that it shows some roads here in New Mexico as navigable, when in fact they are on private ranch land and should you attempt to drive the roads you might face a locked gate, or even worse an armed cowboy asking you what the heck you think you are doing. The pages are very thin and hard to turn, would be a nightmare to use on the road without the assistance of a navigator. And, with my advancing age I really appreciate larger lettering, and larger maps, neither of which is contained in this atlas. I will stick with Rand McNally, even with their own drawbacks.
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I do not like this road atlas and I am sending it back. Based on the reviews I thought I was getting a road atlas like the old school atlas I had for years. This atlas has flimsy pages that will not hold up to any type of use. Many secondary roads are missing. Useless unless you just travel the major highways. The format is inconvient and assumes that travelers only move from horizontaly across the country. I sometimes move vertically and so have to figure our the corresponding pages for most states which have been cut in half horizontaly. None of the products I've looked at have the quality my old atlas had.
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I find the cartographic content of this to be excellent. I prefer it to the R-M equivalent. The spiral binding is appropriate to an in-service field book. My one suggestion would be to make this available in a larger format... tough in low-light and/or when you don't have a navigator with you.
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Great detail and easy to reference!!!!!!! Good none rip plastic pages do it should wear well. A bit heavy if carrying in briefcase.
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I buy the new verision of this atlas every year since I found it (2010). I am on the road a lot and this is by far the best atlas on the market. It has literally gotten me across the country and back. Some might disagree, but I find this easier to use than a GPS. This and a compass is all you'll ever need.

The goods: Easy to navigate page to page (once you see how it's laid out, you'll never use another atlas), the spiral bind lays flat on my center console for easy access, it shows attractions and campgrounds, the paper has some kind of plastic sealent so it doesn't get stained or ripped easily, if there is an inaccuracy with the maps I have never found one,

The bad: It doesn't lay golden eggs? Seriously, I can't think of one. Keep it up Michelin!
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I like this atlas' small format as compared to large format road atlases. Navigating in the maps is simple as there is an overlay at the front which shows what pages of the atlas cover what geographic areas. Although some reviewers complain about print size, I don't see that as a problem in reading the maps. I like how the atlas has different colors for toll roads as opposed to freeways. I find the green dashes around scenic routes helpful for those of us who wander off the main roads at times. There is an appendix with US and Canada state and national parks and national monument along with map grid and GPS coordinates. The appendices include a more comprehensive map of distances and driving times between cities in North America -- this supplements tables of driving distances that appear on each double page of maps; unlike the usual time and distance maps in atlases I have owned, this covers may more routes, both interstate highway and other routes. The maps show the location of travel centers. All in all a wonderful alternative to folding maps that rip apart with little usage.
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Great detail and easy to reference.you can find the smallest road on this atlas. but it will be heavy when you plan to cycle across north america.
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