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Recent reviews for this item:
Red90, December 9, 2008 Note that all the reviews below are for the old version
4. I just got version 5 and it seems to as up to date
as anything out there and with all of the better
information you have come to expect from MG Canada.
NMcF, December 6, 2008 Did not receive v5.0 as ordered unfortunately opened
and loaded to computer before this was noticed. Buyer
beware. Maps are not up to date by along way. In my
close area a golf course is mapped where there has
been housing for as long as I recall. A golf course
(different name) is about 2kl south. Biggest peeve
Received v4.01 instead of v5.0 as ordered. Gpscity ?
Craig, August 27, 2008 Please note that I am rating this based only on using the map
coverage online tool that is available to demonstrate the product. I
looked at my home town and saw that there are many errors in the
listings of businesses and services. Some of the businesses have not
existed or have moved more than five, sometimes as many as ten years
ago! As far as the roads and such, I was impressed that the roads
included a brand-new roundabout that was built here, so while the
roads themselves seem fine, I would not trust the business and
service directory aspect of this software.
wayne little, July 28, 2008 There are many roads in Central British Columbia that MetroGuide
shows the "old" roads, not the new locations. Some of these "old"
highways were used like 15 years ago. It makes for autorouting
Other than that, its alot better than nothing.
I am sure even if you bought a paper map, some of the roads may be