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-Our Backroad ​GPS Maps bring 25 years of backcountry mapping to life with the most detailed ​and comprehensive coverage ​of Canada available to recreational users.\\ + 
-With the most up-to-date outdoor ​recreation ​information including topographic contours ​and summitsroutable industry ​and forest service roadscampsitestrails for hikersbikersATVers ​and snowmobilerspaddling routeshunting ​and fishing ​hot spotsparks and wildlife viewing areas, and thousands ​of geographic ​and recreation ​points ​we’ve got adventures for every explorer.\\ +<​bootnote>​Do your maps load directly into my GPS Unit?</​bootnote>​ 
-Compatible with Garmin GPS and Garmin ​Basecamp, ​these are sure to get you navigating ​the wilderness ​with confidence.+Yes. Our product comes in a micro SD format ​with a SD adaptor that loads directly into any 
 +Garmin GPS that has an SD/micro SD card slot (the only exception here is marine fixed-mount 
 +chartplotters). We provide both the maps and the Backroad Mapbook Points ​of Interest/​activity 
 +write up informationThe SD/micro SD card slot is found on all current and most Garmin 
 +products released in the last 3 years. 
 +<​bootnote>​ 
 +1) What are the Backroad GPS Maps?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Backroad GPS Maps are the most complete ​recreation and topographic map source available for 
 +Garmin GPS in Canada. We have countless more roadstrails ​and recreational points than any 
 +other topographic or recreation GPS maps. We also include write ups on thousands of places to 
 +fishhikeskicamp, ATV, and so on…this is information you will not find with any other GPS 
 +map product in Canada. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​2) Who uses your maps?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Whether you are a weekend warriora serious backcountry explorer or working in the bushour 
 +maps are designed to get you there safely and confidently. We show more information like roads, 
 +trails and recreation points to allow for easier navigation when outdoors. This information will 
 +allow you to spend less time looking ​and more time fishing, ​hiking, paddling, ATVing ​and so on. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​3) If I live in the city can I use your maps?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Yeswe have the most up to date city and highway information available. We also have city 
 +recreational points ​of interest ​and routing and have even added city specific ​points ​like 
 +restaurants,​ toilets and services where available
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​4) How easy are your maps to use?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Our maps and Backroad Extras are simple to use. You simply need to insert the SD Card or 
 +micro SD Card into your Garmin GPS and you can start using them. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​5) Can I use the product on my computer in MapSource™ or Basecamp™?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Yesour maps are compatible with all Garmin software including Basecamp™ or MapSource™once you have registered your product with us. These programs are a great way to view the maps in a larger screen/area and to transfer tracks and waypoints to and from. 
 +Please keep in mind we ONLY provide the maps. You still need Garmin software to view and use them. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​6) If I have more than one Garmin unit, can I use your maps on all of them?</​bootnote>​ 
 +Yes, as long as you have bought our SD/micro SD card version and all your GPS units hold SD 
 +cards. You can then port our SD card from one Garmin GPS unit to next. You cannot however 
 +use it in more than one unit at the same time. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​7) Are the Backroad GPS Maps compatible ​with GPS enabled smart phones (Android, iOS, 
 +Windows)?</​bootnote>​ 
 +No, the GPS Maps are not compatible with smart phones. The GPS Maps are solely intended for 
 +GPS units. We offer a different product – BRMB Navigator App - that is compatible with iOS 
 +and Android. For more information see our website. 
 + 
 +<​bootnote>​8) Are the Backroad GPS Maps and Backroad Points of Interest copyrighted?</​bootnote>​ 
 +The maps and Backroad Extras or Points of Interest are protected by copyright. No reproduction 
 +in whole or in part is allowed without the expressed written consent of the publisher. Yes, that 
 +even includes using screen version of the maps on the internet. If you ask, we are generally 
 +supportive of noncommercial reproduction.
  
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