- Series: Rand McNally Road Atlas
- Spiral-bound: 264 pages
- Publisher: Rand McNally; Spi edition (April 17, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 052801739X
- ISBN-13: 978-0528017391
- Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 1 x 15 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 567 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,612 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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2018 Rand McNally Large Scale Road Atlas (Rand McNally Road Atlas) Spiral-bound – April 17, 2017
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Give road-weary eyes a break with this spiral-bound Large Scale edition featuring all the accuracy you've come to expect from Rand McNally, only bigger. Updated atlas contains maps of every U.S. state that are 35% larger than the standard atlas version plus over 350 detailed city inset and national park maps and a comprehensive, unabridged index. Road construction and conditions contact information for every state conveniently located above the maps. Contains mileage chart showing distances between 77 North American cities and national parks with driving times map. Tough spiral binding allows the book to lay open easily. Other Features Best of the Road - Our editor's favorite road trips from our Best of the Road collection follows scenic routes along stretches of coastline, both east and west, to forests mountains, and prairies; and through small towns and big cities. For a weekend or a week there's something for everyone.
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But the nice thing about having *both* is that you can sit down with the physical atlas and plan your own route and your own stops--and then program your GPS (when it's working) to follow the route *you* choose and alert you that your turn is coming up on the left--don't miss it. So that's my advise for smart travel in the 21st century: Learn to read a physical map (they don't teach that anymore) and use it *with* your GPS as mutual supplements to one another. In that regard, this atlas isn't bad.
One final plead to Rand McNally, et al.... I know it's becoming a difficult to continue publishing these atlases when you're in competition with cell phones, but please, please, please don't stop. They are still needed!
IGNORE the Complainers who gave only ONE or TWO Star ratings because they don't like the fact that most of the States have been split into two or more pages. It's a No-Brainer -- if you want each State to fill only ONE Page AND have Larger Print, you'd end up with an atlas that's THREE feet high and TWO feet wide. So if they don't like it, they can buy the Older Style and a Magnifying Glass.
Why Only FOUR Stars ? -- Because unlike previous versions, there are NO maps of CANADA. The older versions had a page or two for each Canadian Province and a page for Mexico. This version is USA ONLY (fifty States). But if you live in the Sun Belt, you probably don't care.