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Gerty

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Try
N50°44'11.784"
E14°34'52.032"

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I already diddled it in the last post Jan [wink]
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If I could change the Becker to that I would, but I can't find the way to do it.
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Where do you get the numbers from Gerty? what device and model.

I found this for Becker, dunno if your is the same model Jan?

https://www.beckermappilot.com/manuals/Manual_MAP_PILOT_EN.pdf

Possible relevant bit on page 27 on
screenshot_1291.png  screenshot_1289.png  screenshot_1287.png 


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Journey ended at 5.15 tonight [shy-smile-smiley-emoticon]
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Happy to hear that you are home again Jan, safe and sound.
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On Wednesday morning before we left the castle on the rocks a group of people were doing exercises, I have never seen this version before, I don't think its tia chi






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Our first stop down to Dobra Voda.
Between the 2 lakes 


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This is the Dobra Voda Video.
I make videos mostly for us so this is what we want to keep to remember the holiday, but you are welcome to watch it, I tried to make it as interesting as possible.

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All excellent videos Jan, I was surprised to see your van is RHD though.
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I'm surprised your surprised its RHD, you know my history, new, bought unseen from UK in 2015 and had it shipped to Zeebrugge, drove it 1,000 km home when I had never driven anything larger than the Volvo 240.

RHD is very good akshiirley, I don't risk being run over when I get out kerb side and I can see how far over I can safely get when bloody great lorries come hurling towards me. Unfortunately men in white vans that speed around bends on the wrong side of the road my passenger mirror is unable to avoid. 

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I too would probably stick with RHD to tour over there, muscle memory and awareness play a big part in driving and you need to be even more aware when on foreign soil (or tarmac) as for road position, I have always relied heavily on my mirrors, day or night.
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And thats how I can see I am as far over on the road as is possible by looking in the mirror to see what are mostly uncurbed road to my right and the middle of the road markings on my left (if there are any). Right side is most important coz a lot of the time on narrow road there is a nice long drop and I don't want to fall over the cliff.
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