Garmin- Mexico GPSAtlas 2012 v70
Requirements: for all Garmin Devices
Overview: The best available coverage of Mexico on a map for GPS.
Roads and highways across the country to date. More than 800,000 kilometers of highways, roads, streets, unpaved roads and trails across the country.
Detail streets of 18.000 cities across the country, all with auto routing
Navigation function (auto routing) on highways, streets, unpaved roads. gaps and extending sidewalks throughout the country.
Search outside numbered addresses in over 1000 cities. Search colonies on the streets for more than 18,000 cities in the map.
Over 280, 000 towns and urban and rural locations.
Over 1,000,000 urban Points of Interest such as restaurants, banks, malls, hospitals, government buildings, gas stations, entertainment centers, schools and others around the country.
RV Parks and camping areas in Mexico
Takeoff and landing points Paragliding and Hang Gliding (classified as Sports Airport)
Extensive database of points of interest that exceeds 45 000 geographical landmarks such as beaches, mountains, rivers, lakes, dams and lakes.
Easily find more than 2000 gas stations along the country's road network.
International and state boundaries
Lakes, rivers, dams, islands, national parks, biosphere reserves.
Contour interval of 50 meters on the peninsula of Baja California and 100 meters for the rest of the country.
Contour lines every 20 meters in selected areas to facilitate exploration.
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FID 1820 PID 30
locked MapSource exe file
Why aren't you using links in post #1 or post #3?
Was looking for mapsource file (post 3 is img) and the (post 1) .in site was not working well (~7kb/sec) here in mex...., but did get it eventually. Also wanted to point out non working links.
Thx for the response and to ozboss!
i cant install this img because appears that cant unblock the maps in the screen
somebody know what to do?
“It’s just a walk in the park!”
“You mean people are going to mug us and steal all our money and kick us viciously in the ribs?” Terry Prachett
Is there an easy way to get the downloaded image file for Mexico GPS Atlas 2012 v.70 as posted in Post #3 to be seen by Mapsource? I have already downloaded the unlocked image file but don't know where to put it so that it can be seen by Mapsource. I tried downloading the locked image from both sources but the download is so incredibly slow I just gave up. Since it is already unlocked I should just be able to put it in some directory and Mapsource will see it right? Isn't that the purpose of it being unlocked so that it can be read by Mapsource? I have no interest in putting it on my GPS. Just want to view it in Mapsource. Where do I put this unlocked image file so that it can be seen by Mapsource? What directory, etc? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!