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What is SA2008?

SA2008 is an acronym for Street Atlas USA 2008, a product from the DeLorme Publishing Company. The software belongs to the class of digital map programs used for navigation, and while its name may suggest that its maps are restricted to the USA, it actually includes maps of Mexico’s and Canada’s highways as well. Compatible with multiple portable devices, it can be installed on users’ laptops or even their iPods for quick access on the go.

Like other navigational and journey planning tools, the software includes points of interests for its streets, allowing users to see potential stops and places to visit on their travels. DeLorme uses in-house cartographic experts and resources, so maps found on the software are also exclusive to it: they are not sourced from external cartographic associations or atlases, and they are updated regularly by the company. The utility allows user annotations on maps, right-click access to in-depth info on locations and points of interest, and multiple search modes that include advanced searching options with precise parameters. It is also compatible with voice commands and NetLink, which gives users the ability to get aerial images.

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File types supported by SA2008

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Last updated: : July 8, 2014