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Easy, google maps and change to satellite view, that gives you an actual overhead picture of the place. Many times there was actually a truck backed in to a dock you can see . But even if there isn’t something so obvious you can at least see all the roads around the place and this will give you a good idea of what your next move will be. I’ve used google and Apple Maps satellite view many times for just that very thing. When I’m going to a new place I study the location in advance and if it looks like it’s going to be several turns once there I make a couple of notes to help me remember once there. All places that I know will be regular stops in the future I keep a note book with detail for which entrance , dock slot, etc, etc until I got that place memorized. Hope this helps, good luck!Hi Everyone,
This is Stan. I'd like to understand how most of you find the directions to a loading bay when delivering goods to a store? In simple google maps - it gives you the location of the Store only not the directions to the loading bay (more specific) - how do you guys solve this problem?
Is there any solution/GPS which is good at solving this issue?