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The Thomas Guide Los Angeles & Ventura Counties Street Guide (Thomas Guide Los Angeles/Ventura Counties Street Guide & Directory) Spiral-bound – 3 Nov 2008


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Product details

  • Spiral-bound: 655 pages
  • Publisher: Rand McNally & Company; 12 Spi edition (3 Nov. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0528873601
  • ISBN-13: 978-0528873607
  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 29.5 x 2.8 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,075,923 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Happy they are still being printed! 17 Sept. 2011
By Leah - Published on Amazon.com
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Very happy to find that the Thomas Guides are still in print. They are more accurate than GPS and allow you to find the best routes for your needs! Also found them at Pep Boys!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
What a relief somebody still sells these books! 17 Mar. 2011
By Sweaty Elvis - Published on Amazon.com
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Call me old fashioned, but I'm just not ready to get a GPS. I have no desire for one.

The Thomas guide is like a GPS that never breaks, has dead batteries, or gets stolen. It also never gives me wrong directions.

These things are getting hard to find. Everybody wants a GPS these days. I hope that the publishers are adapting their business to stay viable so that 10 years from now, old fashioned people like me will still be able to get printed maps.

This is just what I need.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not what it used to be 18 Jan. 2013
By crruben - Published on Amazon.com
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I am out in the road all day six days a week doing repairs and service calls. I prefer these map books to a GPS because I can look at the required stops and determine how I want to route my day. These Thomas Guides became normal part of the interior of my truck for over 30 years, but I am disappointed in this version and I haven't updated since. They did away with the numbers and letters on the top and inside border. It doesn't seem like a big difference but it actually makes it harder to locate a street. They also dramatically reduced the address markings on the map pages. It used to be easy to zero in on the section of a street based on address markings, but now I find myself searching the page trying to locate the area of a street that I want. I don't understand the need to fix something that wasn't broken to begin with!
nice book 11 Jan. 2013
By Michael F - Published on Amazon.com
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in the digital age, you will likely have some older relatives or parents that are still in the analog age, and this works very well for them, it is updated, and is always easy to navigate. I made my mother quite happy at xmas with this.
GPS doesn't work everywhere 10 Aug. 2012
By Jana J. Monji - Published on Amazon.com
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I know this seems hopelessly old school, but maps are a good thing. My husband wasn't paying attention and the dogs knocked over a smoothie on both LA Thomas Guides. Why we had both in the same car, is really stupidity on our part. He claimed there were no more guides and there was a couple of harrowing moments when I was lost and my smartphone couldn't connect to give me GPS or my phone needed to be re-charged.

Buy a map. Keep it in your car. Keep it covered (a new concept for hubbie who isn't used to dogs or kids).

You'll appreciate this when you're in unfamiliar territory and you can't get your GPS for whatever reason.

Love Thomas Guides. Wouldn't have been able to survive in Los Angeles without them.
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