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    Adding Dealers as POI on Zumo?

    It must be out there but I can't find where one can download the most current list of dealers to my Garmin (Zumo). I searched on Zumo forums and here. I have an outdated list on it now but I can't recall where it came from? TIA
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    Probably on www.poi-factory.com. Last one I saw there was a couple of years old, but if you don't have it, that's a good place to get it.
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    Yep. poi-factory.
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    That would be a nice service that BMWNA should provide. I have an Acura with factory GPS and Acura dealers are in it.
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    Thanks guys. I believe that's the version I have. I agree one would think BMW would be really encouraging this for their dealers. I will be riding in southern California next week and I'm sure there's been some dealers come and go over the last few years. My tires will need replaced on the road and a BMW dealer would be my first choice.
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    You might want to look at the 2011 Anonymous Book...updated yearly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xp8103 View Post
    4 years old....
    The one I downloaded from the POI Factory was two years old.
    http://www.poi-factory.com/node/29896
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    Chaseman, thanks for reminding me to pack my Anonymous book! I likely would have forgotten it.
    14 R1200GSA, 93 R100R. No car is as fun to drive as any motorcycle is to ride.

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    Have any of you guys ever seen the Trip Planner website that HD provides? You can do all your trip planning and download it to your Garmin. I only mention it because you can also download all the HD dealer locations along your route. All 916 dealers. Very nice feature if you own an HD.

    Why BMW does not have something like this is a mystery to me. In the meantime, as mentioned earlier, POI Factory is most likely your best bet. It would be great if BMW could at least provide an up to date file to the POI Factory as dealers seem to be coming and going like styles of clothes.

    http://rideplanner.harley-davidson.c...bmLocale=en_US

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    Last edited by 39520; 04-06-2012 at 01:45 PM.

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