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The Best GPS for Snowmobiles

by
author image Jonathan D. Septer
Jonathan D. Septer offers more than a decade of professional writing experience and owns/operates Bone Machine Books in Kent, Ohio. A professional bicycle mechanic with more than ten years experience at various Midwestern shops, Septer studied at Kent State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in English.
The Best GPS for Snowmobiles
The lack of identifiable landmarks often makes snowmobiling a dangerous sport. Photo Credit snowmobile 4 image by Przemyslaw Moranski from Fotolia.com

Most personal GPS devices provide little coverage for snowmobilers, according to online GPS snowmobile map provider GPSSledmaps.com. The best GPS units for snowmobilers incorporate downloadable snowmobile map content listings. This means that quality handheld GPS units accepting downloadable content, such as Garmin, Magellan and Lowrance Electronics, work best, according to online adventure publication Off-Road Outdoors. Look for handheld GPS devices allowing for simple map uploading, and purchase maps covering areas of snowmobile use. Quality GPS snowmobile maps provide shelters, local roads and gas stations in addition to trail listings. GPSSledmaps.com even provides tools for creating personalized maps.

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