need easy access to accurate directions to help them navigate
their way across North America," said Gayle Sparks Miller,
vice president of Michelin Travel Publications. "Whether
planning their trip ahead of time or seeking an alternate route
because of traffic, weather or other unexpected complications,
truckdrivers will find Michelin's new North America Road Atlas
an invaluable companion."
by 11-inch atlas is arranged geographically, not alphabetically
like most other atlases. The United States, Canada and Mexico
are divided into a sequence of squares, each of which is a simple-to-use
map. Truckers can use "go-to" pointers to trace their
route from one map to the next, without any flipping and frustration.
atlas does the math with more than 170 easy-to-use distance charts.
An interstate map provides distances and driving times; a city-to-city
chart shows distances between major North American cities; and
regional distance charts are included on each page spread. Distance
calculations are provided in both miles and kilometers
also includes eight additional maps of the Northeast Corridor
(Washington, DC, to Boston) that provide greater detail for navigating
through that densely populated portion of the United States.