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Old 03-07-2009, 04:46 PM   #16
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Try the folks at GPSTravelMaps. They don't provide autorouting maps but they do "enhance" the Garmin basemap level data. There maps are very reasonably priced.

By the way, there are many third-party Garmin map developers so search around and you will find something if Garmin doesn't have a [good] offering.

You also don't need MapSource to load maps to your Garmin GPS. There are several "map loader" programs available.
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Old 02-20-2010, 01:44 PM   #17
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Do Not Use for Costa Rica GPS

I used a Costa Rica map from and STRONGLY recommend against that. On the way from San Jose to Arenal it actually led us in a circle (go figure!) and trying to get to the airport recommended going through downtown San Jose, instead of around it. We ended up asking cab drivers to point us back in the right direction (no, I am not directionally challenged, and navigate in the US without any problems, thanks for asking :-).
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Old 05-30-2010, 12:38 PM   #18
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WorldTraveller007 - This is Michael from, please email and we will send you the updated Costa Rica GPS map with these fixes for free. These issues, many new highways and POI's have been added on a monthly basis to the Costa Rica GPS map.

DRTBYK - does provide auto routing GPS maps and Basic gps maps. Auto routing will give you turn by turn directions and the basic GPS is basically like a paper GPS that shows your location on the earth as you travel.

If any Advrider members have any questions about the Costa Rica GPS map then please email

If I can answer any questions about the Costa Rica GPS map or any of our other GPS maps for Advrider members then please don't hesitate to ask!

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