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How To Enable & Disable Map Features on Lowrance Off Road GPS

lowrance off road HDS7 Gen3

With feature packed maps, it isn’t uncommon to want to disable the viewing of certain types of features that aren’t needed at the moment. These new videos take you step by step on how to enable and disable various features on a Lowrance HDS7 Gen2 touch as well as the Lowrance HDS7 Gen3 (including Polaris HDS7) with off road GPS maps.  The videos of exactly how this is done are posted below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the youtube channel: Off Road Lowrance How To Videos

 

How To View Off Road GPS POI Information on a Lowrance HDS7

viewpoiinfo-thumb-off-road-gpsMany of the Lowrance off road GPS maps by Rugged Routes have additional info available in most of the marked points of interest (POI). Accessing this info on a Lowrance HDS7 Gen3 or Lowrance HDS7 Gen2 Touch is as easy as selecting the Point of Interest on the map, then touching the POI title. An info box will appear, with additional information. Press the X in the upper right hand corner to close the information box. The videos of exactly how this is done are posted below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the youtube channel: Off Road Lowrance How To Videos

How to Record Off Road Trails with Lowrance HDS7

CropHowToLowranceThe latest videos have just been uploaded to the Rugged Routes YouTube Chanel! This time we take a look at how to record off road trails with a Lowrance HDS7 Gen3, as well as the Lowrance HDS7 Gen2 Touch. This is something that everyone off road should know how to do with their GPS in order to return to a trail that you visited in the past or simply to get back to camp.
The videos are posted below. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the youtube channel: Off Road Lowrance How To Videos

 

 

Lowrance Off Road GPS Map Area Requests

Since the beginning of Rugged Routes, requests for new OHV GPS maps for Lowrance off road GPS units have been coming in from all directions. Which is great! It’s good to know that people like you are really liking the new trail maps with aerial/sat imagery. However, we need to get more input and start organizing it to better prioritize the release of these maps. We’ll start with the most popular areas as reflected by the data collected by the new OHV Map Area Request form.  It’s just a small handful of questions that you should be able to answer in about 1 minute. Please forward this link to your friends or even share it your local OHV club meeting. Your input is greatly appreciated!