http://www.island-olaf.de/travel/marokko/gps.htmlThis page is about a free vector-map of Morocco and Western Sahara for handheld GPS-recievers, e.g. the Garmin eTrex series.
Yes, you can extend mapping by adding Olaf's map or Tracksafrica (or both). Don't think Garmin have a streetmap of Morocco available but if they do, then yes you could add that too.James Rothwell said:If I buy the Garmin 1490T which comes with Euro maps, can I extend the mapping and purchase a Garmin map of Morocco?
Usually comes packaged with a new Garmin unit but I suspect not with the Garmin Nuvi range, so the 1490 might not come with it. In which case you'd have to buy it uinless you could find it free somewhere...James said:Is Mapsource free?
Don't think so - you might want some additional hardware like a windscreen mount or whatever but no additional software beyond Mapsource should be needed.James said:Once I've purchased the 1490T to get Olaf maps to work is there anything else I need to buy?
You will come to choices very often and not know for sure which one to take even having a “live map” although I’m sure many people have fun just navigating waypoint to waypoint or just using a compass and a map though.The screen doesn't look too small and I only need to check it every 50km or when I come to a divide in the track.
Well if you managed to get that working let us know, as I have the Zumo 660 which is a similar device except is geared towards motorbike use.Gavlad said:I've got a Nuvi 660 which I want to see if I can hack into to add maps - has anyone done this with any success yet?
Some sort of fitness thing? Don't know, never used it, I was just pointing out how come MapSource installs using what Kev mentioned.Gavlad said:What is the Training thing then Jon?
Sorry Gav but I don't think that's going to workGavlad said:BTW, did you ever get a chance to see if you could get that carpooter working that we discussed a while back?