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AA Big Road Atlas Britain 2015 Spiral-bound – 1 Jul 2014

4.5 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Spiral-bound: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Automobile Association; 24th Revised edition edition (1 July 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749576057
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749576059
  • Product Dimensions: 38.6 x 28.7 x 1.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 98,585 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

AA Publishing is the UK's largest travel publisher, with an extensive range of inspiring travel guides, dependable driving books, and trusted maps and atlases.


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Ever since attempting to get through London with a 1974 road map - around 1988, post M25 - I have updated my road map at regular intervals. That was harrowing, I'd done my usual homework before the trip, you know, written the important junctions and roads on a bit of paper which I taped onto the steering wheel .. and no matter what I did, I ended up back on the M25 which was not on my map. I realise that this is a bit of dark history for those who take satnav for granted but in those days we didn't even have mobile phones. No, it was bits sellotaped to the steering wheel and red phone boxes - when you could find one that worked ...

You still need an uptodate road map, and these ones are lovely and clear.
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The actual mapping was excellent for close-up info on specific area, though one would need a map of smaller scale to plan a journey and route. The point of spiral binding is to allow the complete folding back of the book so that the desired page is totally visible, isn't it? Well don't try it with this book, otherwise pages fall out of the ridiculously-designed "spiral binding" which is not, in fact, spiral. As a. On sequence I shall never buy another, and i feel very irritated to have wasted my money
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This attractive oversized atlas book of maps is sure to impress at first glance but there are potential pitfalls for the unwary. The way the maps are presented can on occasions be quite misleading so just do not put your total trust in them when taking a journey into the unknown. I have had to fathom my way out of particular situations when attempting to follow the clearly indicated route. The spiral bound pages also need to be treated with care or they will rip quite easily.
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My fault that I hadn't measured the book before ordering. It is too big for easy handling and the maps are split between pages which also makes it difficult. The binders which are supposed to hold the book together just don't do that - just keep falling out.
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LARGE , EASY TO READ, BUT NOT AS GOOD AS THE OLD VERSIONS FROM 10 YEARS AGO. I FOUMD THAT THE PAGES ARE A LOT THINNER THAN BEFORE, I VERY MUCH DOUBT IT WONT BE LONG BEFORE I AM STICKING THEM TOGETHER WITH CELLOTAPE
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Great up to date maps so makes travelling easier.
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I have been buying the AA Big Road Atlas every 4 years for quite a while. I find after 4 years too many roads have changed name, been built etc to make the map reliable. I had spent some time in a bookshop comparing maps side-by-side and I found that the AA maps have the clearest mapping.
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Lovely, easy to read Atlas. Good for "old" eyes.
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