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April 12th, 2011
Ultimate GPS Map of Lagos Released

Driven By Adventure company has announced the release for general public use the most advanced GPS map of the South East Asia country of Laos. The result of over eight years of continuous data collection, the just released ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP from “DBAdv” has in excess of 50,000 points of interest for the user, twice the data of any former GPS maps.
The new and unique GPS map includes all primary roads, dirt tracks, and trails throughout Laos. Included in the data are gas stations, accommodations, mining sites, UXO locations, and Point of Interest tourist destinations. Some of the routes and destinations were so remote they could only be surveyed by use of highly modified off-road motorcycles. None of the data on the “DBAdv” ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP was gathered from external sources.

For detailed information go tohttp://www.laosgpsmap.com