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      William in Arlington Heights, IL is going on the road in his new RV. He wants a nice tablet to serve as the GPS.

      I recommend the New Apple iPad (10.2-inch, Wi-Fi, 32GB) – Space Gray (Latest Model, 8th Generation).
      Here is the link to learn more and buy it:

      InRoute Route Planner lets you optimize waypoints for fastest time, or you can add up to 150 locations with a manual reorder. Interactive charts show elevation, curviness, and weather, as well as helpful info like the sunrise and sunset times. You can also export routes to Google maps, GPS devices, and Waze.

      Google Maps allows you to add stops, avoid tolls, and much more. That said, Google Maps was not made with big rigs in mind. Therefore, you may want to crosscheck any route it gives with a truck atlas or RV-specific route planner.

      CoPilot RV If you’re willing to pay for an RV-specific GPS, CoPilot RV is good to make sure you aren’t routed under low bridges, onto restricted roads, or up and down steep grades.

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