'Course all this is cake compared to where you are. Never tried to bike it, but driving the Schuylkill is the most deadly thing in this area I know of.
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Let me know if that doesn't work for you.
MapSource still lets us enter and edit the comment, but not the description, so that is where the data will stay. There is no standard practice in this area. Having the two fields was, I believe, a nod to other vendors who called their extra data "description."
Please let us know how the Droid works out on the road.
On the Trans America when we didn't have a Verizon signal we generally didn't have a signal at all. The one exception I noticed was the Riggins Idaho area and the carrier there was another one of "the national mega-telecom companies" (AT&T).