Some important notes on this comment
- Lead Nav has Bing Satellite, and USGS Satellite maps available, not Google Earth.
- These maps are only available if you are have cell and data service available*
*You can upgrade your maps package for another 20 bucks to be able to download these for offline use. But be aware that if you would like to download the max zoom, you will be downloading hundreds of squares and it will take hours upon hours. If you would like to better capabilities for downloading maps, you are looking another purchase from Lead Nav.
Lead Nav has great features built in for racers and teams, but if all you are doing is downloading a route and trying to overlay it on to a map, don't get hung up on what the cool guys are using and do some research.
I have been researching a lot into what kind of GPS to use for our chase trucks. Do recommend another economical way to have some sort of navigation for chase trucks with the course overlay. I'll admit I am new to Baja, and don't really know what to expect as far as cell coverage or if a GPS is even needed for chase vehicles. Any advice is appreciated.
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