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Post by spokey » Wed 29 Oct, 2008 22:27

Thanks to garyw for this link. :D
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Post by pingu » Wed 29 Oct, 2008 23:54

"Unfortunately, routes are not supported on TomTom ONE" :bawl:

I'm surprised not to see Hardknott/Wrynose on the UK list.
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Post by spokey » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 00:45

pingu wrote:"Unfortunately, routes are not supported on TomTom ONE" :bawl:
Yeah, it said so, but I still got them downloaded onto my ONE. Just download them individually. :wink:
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Post by Gazza » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 08:24

spokey wrote:
pingu wrote:"Unfortunately, routes are not supported on TomTom ONE" :bawl:
Yeah, it said so, but I still got them downloaded onto my ONE :wink:
So will you be driving your 3 local ones sometime soon ?
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Post by mrluke » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 08:44

anybody know where i can download the actual files and not use that tomtom software they want u 2 use.

My fake tomtom i dont think will be able 2 handle it !

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Post by spokey » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 10:15

garythefish wrote:
spokey wrote:
pingu wrote:"Unfortunately, routes are not supported on TomTom ONE" :bawl:
Yeah, it said so, but I still got them downloaded onto my ONE :wink:
So will you be driving your 3 local ones sometime soon ?
Today, probably. :D
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Post by spokey » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 10:19

mrluke wrote:anybody know where i can download the actual files and not use that tomtom software they want u 2 use.

My fake tomtom i dont think will be able 2 handle it !
Check your email. :wink:
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Post by mrluke » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 10:38

thank you spokey :D much apericated..


For people that dont have a tomtom buy a navigo ! i have the newest tomtom , igo 08 ,miomap,route66 and normal igo music player , games system applications etc all one one nice cheap GPS unit ! its brill !!!!

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Post by TrickyZ1 » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 13:14

spokey wrote:
garythefish wrote:
spokey wrote: Yeah, it said so, but I still got them downloaded onto my ONE :wink:
So will you be driving your 3 local ones sometime soon ?
Today, probably. :D
I'll look forward to the review(s) :)

If you want to try them out this weekend let me know :wink:
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Post by OO 1005 » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 14:44

I'll be trying out the Spanish one this weekend - its a bank holiday on Saturday and was trying to work out what I was going to do - problem solved!

Thankyou!!!! :bow

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Post by pingu » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 14:46

OO 1005 wrote:I'll be trying out the Spanish one this weekend - its a bank holiday on Saturday and was trying to work out what I was going to do - problem solved!

Thankyou!!!! :bow
I'm surprised you haven't already!!

The Ronda road is brilliant. My wife hates it :twisted: .

Also do the old Mijas road if you haven't already.
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Post by OO 1005 » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 16:17

I've done the normal Ronda road from San Pedro - missus hated it but then she is scared of heights!!!
Whetre is the old Mijas road?

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Post by spokey » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 17:08

TrickyZ1 wrote:
If you want to try them out this weekend let me know :wink:
Thanks, but I have commitments this weekend.

And it's not Mustang Sally, that's Gary. :D
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Post by pingu » Thu 30 Oct, 2008 19:09

OO 1005 wrote:I've done the normal Ronda road from San Pedro - missus hated it but then she is scared of heights!!!
Whetre is the old Mijas road?

Cheers amigo!
Sorry, I meant Ojen :head: .

Head north from La Canyada (no tilda for the n!) towards Coin. Then take the turning for Ojen. If you keep going up the Coin road you can also turn left and visit the Refugio de Juanar. That's a 10 mile "road to nowhere". Good twisties for a hired Seat Panda or a Smart car :twisted:

As for Mijas - any road is an adventure, especially in the town! There's a very nice pizza reasaurant with a view of the whole coast. Brilliant on a warm night. It's probably too cold at the moment.
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Post by Gary Jones » Sun 12 Jun, 2011 19:16

I went to Melbourne once and I drove on The great Ocean road. I love that because it has sea on one side and mountains on the other side. I love that scene.
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