Educate me...I've never owned a GPS, but I've used a girlfriend's and it wasn't as user friendly as I would like. I've spent many an hour at Google Maps laying out routes, then copying the major turns and mileage into and Excel file that I print out and stuff in a pocket. Gotta be a better way! So here are my questions:
Can I create a route in Google Maps, with all my turns and waypoints marked out, and load them into a GPS?
Can I create a route in the GPS, then modify the route to override what it thinks is the best path or am I limited to only what's on the screen at the time (current location)?
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2008 Street Glide - Black Pearl
2005 Softail Deluxe - Blue/White
2004 Road Glide - Smokey Gold
2003 Road Glide - Anniversary
(kids - 20+ bike-less years
1981 Yamaha Seca 650 - what a great bike