Is there a POI for Dunkin Donuts for TomTom One?

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    Berniboy

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    Hi all,

    I have just got a TOMTOM One and in August I am going to Florida Orlando for our summer holiday. We have happy memories of eating lots of Dunkin Donuts last time we were there. I was wondering if the normal POI on the TomTom includes Dunkin Donuts or is there a specific Dunkin Donut POI file I could add to my TomTom?

    If anyone can help I would be very grateful.

    Berni
     
    Berniboy, Jun 5, 2007
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    I don't know where you got that idea from! TomTom's is free, as I mentioned in my original post. Plus, theirs won't slow down your device and it is probably a smaller file!
     
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    It is more than twice the size of the above file. 190K. Plus there are serveral mistakes & missing locations in NJ, I tried to edit their Dunkin'_Donuts.ov2 file and get an error with POIEdit. I think it had to do with the ' in it but removing it did not help. If I convert it to a csv file it is missing all of the addresses. If someone and convert it correctly or post a working copy of it that can be edited with the newest version of POIEdit.
    That would be great.
     
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