Road atlas helps campers avoid getting lost on RV trips
There's nothing worse than getting lost on the road in your RV, especially when you're traveling to a campground that you've never been to before. However, it happens to the best of us: even the most detailed maps can be difficult to read, resulting in confusion and a loss of direction.
If you don't want to be caught off-guard and have to stop at gas stations for directions every 10 miles, you might want to invest in the 2011 Good Sam Road Atlas. This product is designed to provide you with information on popular routes across the country, as well as safe roadways to travel.
"I like this road atlas because the page to the maps are rimed or spiral ring," wrote one Camping World customer. "The maps are easy to read and understand."
The 2011 Good Sam Road Atlas is spiral-bound, which makes it easy to flip through on a whim. It is also up-to-date with the most recent information for travelers who intend on camping throughout the year in various regions in North America, whether it be the U.S. or Canada.