This is sad. I enjoy map reading during family vacations. Another victim of technology. But is it for the better?
Guess I better go to CSAA and get some of those great local area maps (the wine country maps are wonderful).
Auto club's paper map unit nears end of road
The California State Automobile Association produced its first road map in 1909. It showed major highways in California and Nevada, and was sent free to all members.
Ninety-nine years later, San Francisco's CSAA is set to produce its last paper map, another victim of the shift to digital technology.
The auto club, which serves Northern California, Nevada and Utah, is phasing out its 12-person cartographic unit by year-end, the association said.