I went to Colorado in June & used my GPS to get everywhere I needed to be, mostly without incident. I had some issues with it taking me some backroads because of flooding. I figured out where I was way off track going & coming back was a breeze til I tried to cross from New Mexico into Texas & it sent me backroads then for some reason. It had me on a farm road that was horrible...but I'm fixing that.
I'm planning a small trip next month to Ruidoso & decided I needed an atlas. I actually found a New Mexico map in one of my files but then I ordered a used atlas from Ebay. It's a 2018 but in great shape & I'm pretty sure nothing has changed since then, roadwise.
GPS does a great job telling me what road to go on & that in 56.2 miles I need to turn but it doesn't tell me what town I'm going through. Even worse, I stopped at the Sonic & a gas station in one town & asked the kids working what the next town was & they didn't know. Holy cow...is cluelessness a super power now?
My atlas & I are going solve all those problems. Yay!
I have to thrown in that when I got the atlas in the mail I thought of my friend Kyle. He passed away about a year ago & my heart still hurts. But Kyle loved, LOVED maps & atlases. He'd sit & go through them for hours . He was my atlas dude.