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GPS or Michelin paper maps??

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We will be driving around southern France for about 3 weeks later this year. Languedoc-Roussillon and The Luberon.

Trying to decide whether we would be better off with paper maps or relying on GPS to find out way around Provence. I can buy map for our GPS at about $45 or buy a few[ 3 or 4]maps for a bit less than that so the cost isn't a big factor. Just wondering how good GPS will function in the area or if we can get by with paper maps.

I do speak and read French, so that makes it a bit easier if we go paper.

Any input?

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