Road Trip Planner

Planned road trips and road-trip reports go in here
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Chii
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Road Trip Planner

Post by Chii » Wed Apr 15, 2015 10:31 pm

I'm not sure what alternatives are out there.
I think there is one called Tyre which looks okay, but I don't have a TomTom or a Garmin so didn't think that would work for me.

Something a friend of mine pointed me towards is Furkot. https://trips.furkot.com/
I think so far it seems really decent. Just thought I would share it in case anyone else was looking for something to help with the planning. It even suggests B&B's / Hotels to stay at on your journey. After you set how much driving you want to do a day, it then finds a location to stop for the night. Really neat.

I'll share my trip round Eire in the Summer so you can see an example :) Hope it's useful!

https://trips.furkot.com/board/6Sl1DJ
Also while you take a look, if anyone knows Ireland well, let me know if there is anywhere worth stopping off at!

Thanks!


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Post by paulgs1000 » Thu Apr 16, 2015 12:34 am

Check out the coastal route north of Larne and along the top of Ireland :thumbsup:

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