AA Great Britain and Ireland Road Atlas 2011 - £1.99 *Instore* @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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AA Great Britain and Ireland Road Atlas 2011 £1.99 at Lidl

* Includes caravan and camping sites
* 8000 places to visit
* Route planner
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1 Like #1
not bad as a back up to the old tomtom
1 Like #2
do you think ppl would actually know how to use these now

I know a few ppl who just follow the voice commands from SatNavs from they start their journeys until they reach their destination

always good to have a atlas/map of the area just incase :)

hot
#3
flintstone
do you think ppl would actually know how to use these now

I know a few ppl who just follow the voice commands from SatNavs from they start their journeys until they reach their destination

Well, I doubt it would be of any use to the sort of people who drive onto railway lines because their sat nav told them to turn right now, in fact they'd probably end up needing hospital treatment for paper cuts (_;)

A road atlas can still be very handy if you need to plan an alternative route - Hot.


Edited By: melted on Jan 16, 2011 18:28
#4
Won't vote either way as you can now get these for £2 from local petrol stations or my local Co-Op
#5
As of tomorrow, Lidl will also have their smart battery chargers £11.99 (losely based on CTEK 3600,£40+)

And also some screen wash that goes down to very low temps, I shall be stocking up, as the alternatives did not cut the mustard in the bad weather we had. As its so concentrated it also turns out to be more economical.
#6
Worth every penny hot hot hot actually saves money and time especially if you take the scenic routes and follow my tom tom lol
#7
Got one of these in Aldi a while back for about 2.00, note that they are A3 so a bit cumbersome but good for the price.
#8
Yea these are a great price, but people living near a Trago Mills in Devon and Cornwall can pick one up for about £1.40? ish, last one I bought was that price, great! speed cams and all details included in it.
#9
The sat-nav should be used in conjunction with a map not instead of.
#10
Always handy. Good price
#11
see if you can find chester using the index! think its definite misprint!
banned#12
I am not sure if Alchoholics Anonymous would be my first choice when it comes to getting instructions

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