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Rand McNally 2012 Road Atlas United States, Canada, Mexico (Rand McNally Road Atlas: United States/Canada/Mexico) Paperback – April 1, 2011
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My wife ended up using the old atlas on the trip (a few highways in NC that were recently expanded were not on the old one).
When we returned home, we ordered this atlas on Amazon. We also saw this same atlas at Wegmans and Barnes and Noble.
Our car has a GPS and as I said above, my wife and I both have smartphones. I use my phone or the car GPS because it's instantly updated by Google or Apple via the cloud. My wife is old school and likes paper. Paper is not updated which is a great sales model for Rand McNally.
No little 5" phone screen to see where you are going...this sucker is 30.2" x 10.4" when opened. No scrolling around with your finger and no squinting with this atlas!
This is a nice atlas. I don't use it but my wife does and she tells me it is. Sitting in the passenger seat, she opens it up and is happy knowing where we're going. That's worth it.
the 2017 Rand McNally road atlas and couldn't be more pleased. There is more information
in the mileage section between cities than our 2006 edition. We were made fun of by our
children when we received it, but the GPS doesn't always have the correct information and
directions, so we like to rely on an actual map when things start to look fishy to us. We once
were within 2 miles of the Ole Miss campus and the GPS in my husband's Lexus took us an
hour south of the campus only to find that we were led to the Continuing Education campus
for Ole Miss in Tupelo. After that, we decided to rely on the Atlas we can read ourselves.
It comes in handy on our long road trips to see our children.
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