Can anyone recommend a 2005 route planner?

  Alan2 21:51 10 Jan 2005
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I currently use AutoRoute 98 (AR98) - and am considering upgrading to the 21st Century but looking at the poor user reviews for AutoRoute 2005 (AR 2005)on Amazon's site now wonder if there's something better.


I understand that (AR 2005) doesn't include the M6 toll road and other recent developments as MS can't agree to Ordnance Survey's charges for the data.

AR 98 shows the Newbury by-pass but won't use it and if I include a motorway service station [Watford Gap] as a way point (stop) the recommended route diverts from the motorway to local roads then comes back on from the other direction.


So if someone knows of a good current application to recommend I'd be pleased to hear of it.

  Cook2 23:07 10 Jan 2005

click here is an excellent site for routes.

  Ivor_Monkey 23:23 10 Jan 2005

Also the AA and RAC websites have good route planners.

Why would someone what to buy a route planner?

  Sethhaniel 11:35 11 Jan 2005

maybe to have on their laptop in the car for when touring the country on their holidays ;)

  jerichobob 12:17 11 Jan 2005

Or to work a GPS system on their PDA to give satnav?

  Sethhaniel 13:26 11 Jan 2005

click here

maybe they will bring out 2005

  Ivor_Monkey 21:53 11 Jan 2005

Sethhaniel
But wouldn't a decent laptop or mobile phone provide internet access anyway?

jerichobob
But I thought topgear was always saying that satnavs don't work.

  g0nvs 22:05 11 Jan 2005

Top Gear have got it wrong. My Satnav works perfectly.

  Cook2 01:56 12 Jan 2005

Same as Ivor_Monkey
click here

  Cook2 01:56 12 Jan 2005

Whoops! I meant to say same as g0nvs

  Dellman 10:52 12 Jan 2005

Whaddabout Multimap.com?

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