Using The AA’s Classic Route Planner for UK

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A British company, The AA provides car insurance, driving lessons, breakdown cover, loans and motoring advice. The AA stands for Automobile Association. It was a former motoring association but in 1999, it became a private limited company. Its staff and three private equity firms are the owner of it. The AA was founded in United Kingdom in 1905. It is headquartered in Basingstoke UK. To help motorists to avoid police speed traps, The AA is formed. It was inaugurated on 29 June 1905 when a group of motoring enthusiasts met at the Trocadero restaurant in the West End of London. The AA had grown to 83,000 members by 1914. Pre-purchase and post-accident repair checks were introduced by it in 1920.

Screenshot of www.theaa.com/route-planner:

Using The AA's Classic Route Planner for UK - aa map route planner

Using AA Route Planner UK you can find the best way to any location. Route planner is designed to plan a route between two geographical locations by using a journey planning engine, which is typically specialized for road networks as a road route planner. A list of places one will pass by, with crossroads and directions that must be followed, road numbers, distances, etc. can be typically provided by it. An interactive map with a suggested route marked on it is also be provided by it.

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When users plan their route at software then applications can typically also calculate the journey time and cost. GPS tracking capability and advanced reporting features will be often included in an ideal route planning solution for distribution companies, by which dispatchers are enabled to prevent un-planned stops, reduce mileage, and plan more fuel efficient routes. AA Route Planner Classic is a great tool to use to get directions from point A to point B. For checking routes without internet, you can also download Europe Route Planner (AA Road Map Europe Series) from amazon.com. For Ireland visitors, visit http://www2.aaireland.ie/routes_beta/ for AA Route Planner Ireland version.

How to plan a route using AA Route Map Planner?:

To route a plan, users have to visit www.theaa.com/route-planner. Enter departure place in “from” option, arriving place in “to” option, and place by which you want to reach your destination in “via” option, then click on “get route” option. You will get the page, where you can see your route with distance and time duration of journey. Users can search a map of their route through the AA’s “map finder” option. For getting map, they have to enter the destination in “search for” option and click on “get map” option. Users can add options such as places to stay, food & drink, walks & bike rides, events & attractions, and golf clubs to their map. To use aa route planner old version, users can switch to Route planner Classic View option.

Using The AA's Classic Route Planner for UK

Users can plan their route by iPhone through its “iPhone application” option. Select start and destination points by place name, address, full postcode, or from current GPS location. Routes and turn-by-turn instructions appear on interactive maps, with distances and driving times. Users can optimize their route to their own preferences.

With the AA Route Planner app they can get clear and easy to follow routes, all routes, which are researched by the AA’s team of experts, directions as they would see on the road, current location function such as they can see where they are on the map/route, options to avoid motorways, toll roads and congestion charge, directions from their current location by using the iPhone GPS, save start and destination points as favorites, unlimited routes in Great Britain and Ireland for a whole year, and caravan-friendly route option, to avoid roads unsuitable for caravans.

Read about Using AA Route Finder to search AA Route Map & Roads from TheAA.com

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  • Mariya

    me using d aa classic route planner for uk……it z ok n a vry frustrating experience!

  • Nadir

    no i never any issue with it…………… the aa route planner is vry gd most of d time!