Travel and the Coronavirus pandemic

Leisure travel is currently limited to 5 miles in Scotland
This restriction is to be lifted on 3rd July. Self-catering accommodation with its own facilities may reopen from that date.
Other accommodation businesses are expected to be able to reopen from July 15.

Bank Holiday sale on Quo mapping

Quo digital mapping is offering 15% off any of its products and maps until 25 August.

Quo first came to our attention due to its low prices for digital Ordnance Survey maps – up to half the price of its competitors. Would the downside be software that was difficult to use or with less options than Memory Map or Anquet?

To our surprise, we found that the answer is no – we found Quo to be the easiest to use and most fully featured mapping software on the market. We like it so much that we partnered with Mapyx to make all our routes available as Quo downloads.

It couldn’t be easier to use, with everything available on a context menu brought up by a right-click of the mouse, whether it’s adding waypoints or exporting the route to your GPS. You can add more maps – Explorer or Landranger scale – by simply downloading them at great prices.

You need to be quick to take advantage of Quo’s summer bank holiday offer – 15% off all products only until 25 August. Visit their website and download or order it here.

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