Update:: no CarPlay is a deal breaker. Pretty cool app — was given a year free from Thor. But since app gps doesn’t support CarPlay may not renew.
They will automatically bill you for another year without any warning. Very shady operation here.
This is like a late 90’s gps but worse. I requested and refund almost immediately. Here are a few of the issues I found while using it. 1. No CarPlay 2. No landscape mode 3. Several times it can’t find address (even when clicking on the suggested one) 4. Stupid routing. (I put my 40’ rv specs in and my trailer specs in and it STILL routed me to low bridges, super sharp turns, no truck roads etc. 5. The maps are super low resolution 6. Can’t control voice guidance There are several RV GPS options on the App Store that are way better than this for way less money.
Even if this app was free, don’t be misled! Repeatedly, I requested a route from Jackson Hole, Grand Tetons to the south entrance to Yellowstone. Repeatedly this worthless RV GPS stated no route exists. THESE TWO DESTINATIONS ARE AMONG THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER RV DESTINATIONS IN THE USA! We took Hwy 191 via Moran to the south entrance of Yellowstone. Not only did our 35 ft 5th Wheel easily do this, but every size motor home imaginable did the same. When I explained this to GOTO RV, to make corrections, they didn’t do squat! I no longer even consult them for routes. Try WAZE; it’s amazing and free. Google maps is also available.
I wanted to like this app, but … I tested the GPS routing for RVs several times in areas I was familiar with. In one case, where I was about minutes from my destination, it wanted me to turn onto a HWY going in another direction, then tried to route me on Forest Service roads which eventually would play out. On another test, it routed me about ten miles past my destination into a residential neighborhood. Both cases I used the app to search for my destination campgrounds, but the routes were totally unacceptable. If you value your safety, this app is not a good choice.
I just love using Roadtrippers for planning all my RV trips. It's fairly easy to use for an old timer like me, and yet very involved. I love that you can use Roadtrippers to tell me not only where certain things are, but give the mileage to plan all our days and stays. I also use Harvest Hosts to plan some trips, but Roadtrippers is easier. Sometimes I have to go back and forth between the two. Now I am discovering the free overnight parking app, but again I have to switch back and forth. It would be lovely if there were an easy( remember, I'm in my 70s and not totally tech savvy) way to overlay one map over another and plan a trip that way. If there already is, please let me know and I will definitely bump you up to a five star. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Like the app. However it isn’t CarPlay compatible. I drove 1,400 miles recently and was not able to bring the maps up on the screen in my 2020 Ram. This is a basic function by now. I will be canceling and shopping for another.
I wanted a route to Mt Rushmore as we are pulling a 5th wheel. This app doesn’t even take you to the parking lot. It leaves you out on highway 16. There is RV parking at the monument. 244 is drivable with RVs. And that was after I cleared ALL the filters. Very, very disappointed in this app. I’m glad I could cancel my “free” subscription.
Just picked up this app for our drive to Yellowstone and back. We’re in Pa so it got some good use. Only problems I have are the lack of remembering address to use for home and on the Pa turnpike it wanted me to exit the highway we’re there isn’t an exit. There is a service plaza but that’s not really legal to do so.
Horrible route choice. Told it to avoid unpaved roads. Took us down a gravel road for 14 miles that ran parallel to I-44. Complete gerbage