Try following these directions. I found the same issue you had but then this helped. Not the easiest but it works.Morning, the issue I had with Google was that I knew I wanted to take the "round about" route , not the most direct route. I would place a marker at cities for tracking time and distance and it would change my route to go back to the most direct route. I had the settings on to avoid HWY and no Tolls. It just seems that it could have let me create a route for user preferance? no such luck.
Hey Ref another guy that we Buffaloed......:icon_smile_tongue:Thank you, I'll go back and give it a go.. you guys are so smart. I should have signed up to this group a long time ago????
Hey MSG, Ref & I'm going to include Crownfire because I know he does this as well.
Hmmmm, only 400 miles from my place Phil......sorry for the continued hijack.
This has potential.......One more bridge for my collection.:chopper:Hmmmm, only 400 miles from my place Phil......sorry for the continued hijack.
Oh, I use google map and adjust the route by letting it pick first then just moving it to roads I would rather use. Then I copy regular highway maps and highlight the route I want. I have an aftermarket gps on the bike but mostly use that as a rolling map to see where I am.
I find it easier to use but what ever you are used to working with. Sounds like it works like google maps.I've been using mapquest.com for 1 or 2 day trips. I like that you can "drag" the default route to some other road that you want to explore. I've never tried googlemaps. Is it mo bettah?